The Commissioner of Police, CP Aderemi Adeoye, today, paid a courtesy visit to the Anambra State Sector Command of the Federal Road Safety Corps (RS5.3).
During their discussion, the CP emphasized the importance of cooperation and collaboration between the police and the Sector Command, particularly in areas such as traffic management, prosecution of traffic offenders, and joint operations.
As part of his visit, the CP also went to the National Vehicle Identification Scheme (NVIS) Plant in Awka, where vehicle number plates are produced.
The Sector Commander presented the CP with a ceremonial number plate bearing the inscription “CP ADEOYE.” In return, the CP assured the Corps that armed police officers would be consistently deployed to ensure the facility’s adequate protection.
The CP was accompanied by CSP Williams Odumu, the Ops Officer; CSP Ewere Okundaye, the OC SIB; and DSP Ikenga Tochukwu, the Police PRO.
Later in the day, the CP received a delegation from the Anambra State House of Assembly in his office at the Anambra State Police Command Headquarters in Amawbia, Awka.
The Speaker, Rt. Hon Somtochukwu Nkem Udeze, who led the delegation and warmly welcomed the new Commissioner of Police expressed the willingness of the State lawmakers to support the Police and other security agencies, particularly in enacting relevant laws that would facilitate the administration of criminal justice in the State.
The meeting was attended by several members of the State House of Assembly, including Hon. Ofodeme Ikenna, the Majority Leader and Member representing Ekwusigo; Hon. Johnbosco Akaegbobi, the Minority Leader and Member representing Nnewi South 1; Hon. Obu Paul, the Minority Whip and Member representing Orumba North; Hon. Atuchukwu Nonso, Member representing Nnewi South 2; and Hon. Igwe Noble, Member representing Ogbaru 1.