Commissioner of Police, Delta State Command, Mr Alkali Usman, has charged the Divisional Police Officers, DPOs, not to allow challenges in respective divisions to deter them from discharging their duties effectively.
Usman gave the charge recently when he visited Ovwian/Aladja Divisional Police Station, Udu local government area, while responding to a speech presented by the DPO, CSP Jonathan Acha on constrains of patrol vehicles and manpower holding.
“Do not allow your challenges to raise high or you will be demoralised because you may not have everything to work with but you must work with what you have,” he said.
On the issue of NURTW, the CP said it was the main reason he issued a ban on public procession, demonstrations and protest in the state, adding that some members of the union now use it to disrupt activists in the areas.
He frowned at the decisions of Local government chairmen handing over motor parks control to union, noting that LGA workers could perfectly handle the parks without troubles which according to him will drastically reduce union problems.
On kidnapping, he revealed that they have been able to close up some for the kidnapped victims and ensure they are released.
Earlier, the DPO Ovwian/Aladja Division, CSP Jonathan Acha thanked the CP for finding time to visit his division, saying that it has positive effect in human management and will further boost the officers and men of fight crime in the area.
He further expressed appreciation to members of the Police Communities’ Relation Committee, PCRC and the Udu Vigilante group for their contributions to ensuring the prevailing peace presently existing in Udu LGA.

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