Imo CP tasks newly promoted officers on productivity
Imo State Commissioner of Police, CP Mohammed Barde, has charged the newly promoted 105 officers of the command on proactiveness and productivity.
Barde, who gave the charge while decorating the officers at the command headquarters in Owerri, yesterday, reiterated the commitment of the force under the leadership of the Inspector General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali, to enhance their welfare and ensure conducive environment for their smooth and effective operations.
The Imo police boss applauded them for their contributions in tackling security challenges in the state and urged them not to rest on their oars.
In a statement signed by the spokesman of the command, CSP Michael Abattam and made available to The Guardian, the promoted officers include two deputy commissioners of police, DCP Cletus Nwadiegbu and DCP Anyai Denise; one Assistant Commissioner of Police, ACP Dike Albert; Deputy Assistant Superintendents of Police, DSP Margret Anyanwu, and three others.
Also confirmed were Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP 1), including ASP Augustina Kuru, ASP Elobuike Emmanuel and 16 others, while the inspectors promoted to Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP II) were ASP Yahuza Mohammed, ASP Mary Iliya, ASP Eleng Idiba and 77 others.
The statement reads: “In line with the IGP’s mandate to ensure that welfare of officers and men of the force under his watch are well taken care of and to also enhance the smooth operations of the Nigeria Police Force, the IGP has approved the promotion of some officers in the command.
The Commissioner of Police, Imo State Command, CP Mohammed Barde, while decorating the officers, congratulated them and charged them to live up to the responsibilities attached to their new ranks, stressing that the promotion is a call to higher responsibility and, as such, they should not disappoint the IGP in carrying out their statutory duties.
DCP Cletus Nwadiegbu, in his vote of thanks on behalf of the officers, appreciated the IGP for approving their promotion and equally thanked the Commissioner of Police and members of his management team, promising that they will live up to their new responsibilities.