Editornationaldetectivemagazine.ng.com,20th January, 2023
The Anambra State Police Command, have met with the management of Nnamdi Azikwe University, Student Union Government (SUG) of the institute and the Commissioner of Homeland security affairs, in a bid to find ways to tackle insecurity situation in the school environment.
At the meeting which was held in the Vice Chancellor’s conference hall at Unizik, DSP Toochukwu Ikenga said the interface became necessary following security breaches in some of the hostels along Ifite.
Ikenga who’s the commands Public Relations Officer in a statement made available to JOURNALIST101, said the command “has since embarked on an intensive patrol, improved operational positioning, and deployment of covert operatives as a solution to the security situation in the area.”
“Today, 20/1/2023, Anambra State Police Command, met with the management of Nnamdi Azikwe University, the student union government, and the Commissioner of Homeland security affairs in the Vice chancellor’s conference hall at Unizik. The meeting was aimed at addressing the recent security breaches in some of the hostels along Ifite.
“Some of the resolutions include another elaborate meeting with the private hostel owners, the president of hostels, and other stakeholders, especially along Ifite on the need to provide securities to the hotels.
“The Commissioner of Police, represented by the Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of Operations DCP John Obuagbaka notes that the command has since embarked on an intensive patrol, improved operational positioning, and deployment of covert operatives as a solution to the security situation in the area. He also emphasized, the need for cooperation and actionable intelligence.
“Among other concerns, the command also wishes to reiterate the control room number 07039194332. Furthermore, to request security services, you can call the Area Commander, Awka 07067950441, DPO B Division 08064521837, DPO Central Police Station, Awka, 07031583583, and the Command Public Relations Officer 08039334002 for a prompt response.”