INSPECTOR General of Police,
P Ibrahim Idris has re-deployed
Commissioner of Police Wilson
Inalegwu to Kogi State to take
charge of the affairs of state police
Until his new posting, CP
Inalegwu was Commissioner of
Police in Ekiti State and he is now
taking over from CP Abdullahi
Ibrahim Chafe, who has been deployed to Ekiti with immediate
Speaking at a brief handover
ceremony in Lokoja, the outgoing
CP said his period in Kogi State
witnessed relative peace with
drastic reduction in crime rate,
compared to when he assumed
duty in the state.
Chafe expressed his gratitude to
IGP Ibrahim Idris, the governor
of Kogi State, Alhaji Yahaya Bello,
officers and men of the command, sister security agencies and
traditional rulers who stood by
him during his stint in the state.
The outgoing CP also
commended the people of the state
as well as other stakeholders that
had supported the command in
the fight against crimes during his
service period in the state.
While he described the incoming
CP Inalegwu as an experienced
officer, Chafe called on officers
and men of the command, as well as the public, to accord him all the
necessary cooperation to enable
him succeed.
In his remarks, CP Inalegwu
promised to collaborate with all
critical stakeholders to make the
state safer for the people, assuring
the people of the state that the
command would ensure among
other strategies visible policing,
effective patrols and intelligence
gathering to address security
challenges in the state.

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