Commissioner of Police in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Mr. Wilson Inalegwu has charged 18 newly promoted Chief Superintendents of Police, CSPs, to ensure fair play and respect human rights of citizens in the discharge of their professional duties.
CP Inalegwu stressed that due to the sensitive nature of the FCT as a seat of government, the new officers should be diligent and committed to their duties.
The FCT police chief, who handed the charge yesterday during the order of decoration of the 18 officers held at the FCT police command, Garki, Abuja, said the impact of the officers and men had reduced the rate of crime in the FCT to the barest minimum.
He said, “Your promotion is a call to more work. Exhibit professionalism in the discharge of your duty and ensure fair play and respect for human rights.”
The CP also assured that flashpoint areas such as Berger Junction, Lugbe and Area 1 would be properly manned by his officers and men so that the FCT would be safe, even as he appealed to residents of the areas to partner the police for effective community policing.
The officers promoted include FCT Police Command’s officer in charge, Legal, CSP Simon Asamber Lough, a former FCT police spokesman, CSP Olohundare Moshood Jimoh.
Others are CSPs Jelani Jega Yahaya, Fedelia Talatu Okorie, Olutokunbo Oluyemisi Ojo, Nancy Obekpe Alabi, Usman Sabo Tukura, Ibrahim Nengbani Saidu, and Olabisi Davis.
Also promoted are CSPs Coker Ojo Shado, Baba Lawal Audu, Olayinka Sulu Gambari, Onuoha Emeka, Vivian Chinemerem Aworonye, Tina Dangana, Habila Lasaka, James Cooler Idachaba and Usman Salihu Dalatu.

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