The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Solomon Arase NPM, fdc has slammed an embargo on all forms of leave, either casual or annual for #Police officers and men under under Zone Six (6) Police Command.
The temporary suspension placed on leave for Police officers under the Zone six police command stern from their inability to adequately tackle and put an end to the increasing cases of kidnapping activities in the region.
The following states of the federation are grouped under the zone six police command: Cross-River, #Rivers, Ebonyi and Akwa-Ibom.
In a press statement made available to Newsbeatportal by the public relations officer of the #Nigeria Police Force, Emmanuel Ojukwu, the Inspector-General of Police, IGP Solomon Arase NPM, fdc miffed that despite several directives on anti-crime activities, there were still reports of increasing trend of kidnapping and violent crimes in Zone Six (6) Police Command.
The IGP therefore issued stern warning to Police officers and men under Zone Six (6) Police Command, comprising Cross-River, Rivers, Ebonyi and Akwa-Ibom States to put all hands on deck, at stemming the tide.
The Police High Command equally reaffirmed its commitment at leaving no stone unturned to ensure that peace prevails and people go about their lawful businesses in all parts of the country.
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