A new Assistant Inspector General of Police, Mr. Haffiz Mohammed-Inuwa has assumed duty at Zone 13 Headquarters, Ukpo, Anambra State.
His resumption followed the promotion of the pioneer Assistant Inspector General of Police of the Zone, Mr. Mohammed Danmallam to Deputy Inspector-General of Police in charge of Training and Development, Force Headquarters, Abuja.
Mohammed-Inuwa was also newly promoted from Commissioner of Police in Delta State to the post of Assistant Inspector General of Police in charge of Zone 13.
Handing over to the new Assistant Inspector General, Mr. Danmallam, appreciated the two States in the Zone, Enugu and Anambra for what he described as unwavering support they gave to him.
He explained that the Zone is the most peaceful part of the Zones where all religious and tribes are co-existing with respect to each other.
The new Assistant Inspector General of Police, Mr. Mohammed-Inuwa, while thanking the Deputy Inspector General of Police for the operational advice and guide he gave to him, called on all to join him in promoting effective policing to sustain the already peaceful atmosphere he met in the Zone.
The Chairman Police Community Relations Committee, Chief Chris Okeke, welcomed the new Assistant Inspector General of Police and pledged the co-operation of the people of the Zone to ensure that the Zone is secured.
Also speaking an illustrious son of Ukpo, Prince Arthur Eze advocated peace in the Zone, thanking God that the Zone is complimenting what the State is doing in terms of security of life and property.
BY SUNNY A. DAVID