Enugu CP  Warns  Officers  Against  Corruption, Unprofessionalism,  Moral Debasement



The Enugu State Commissioner of Police,  CP Anayo Uzuegbu has cautioned officers and men of the Command to shun corruption and ill-conduct capable of tarnishing the image of the force and their own image.

He charged them to be professional, firm, upright and diligent in their duties in order to be  able to fight crime and criminality in the state.

“I  caution the Officers and Men of Enugu State Command to shun acts of corruption, unprofessionalism and moral debasements, which bring with them severe disciplinary consequences. 

“They must remain professional, firm, upright and diligent in the performance of their duties,” he admonished.

The Enugu State Police boss   gave the charge  last Tuesday at  the Police Headquarters, Enugu, while  briefing newsmen  on the performance of the command between January and February, 2024.

He warned criminals to steer clear from the state because  Enugu is  no longer their haven and equally called on rumour mongers, rabble-rousers, peddlers of fake, misinformative  news to desist forthwith or face dire consequences.

“I want to warn unrepentant criminals to turn over a new leaf, as we shall more than ever, turn up the heat and make Enugu State more uncomfortable for them and their activities. And if they fail to repent, then we shall stop at nothing to ruthlessly deal with them.

“I also want to strongly caution rumourmongers, rabble-rousers and peddlers of fake, misinformative and disinformative news in Enugu State to desist forthwith, as the Police would not hesitate to deal decisively with anyone found wanting, in accordance with extant laws, particularly the Cybercrime Act,” he warned.

According to the commissioner,  “there is no doubt that the task of tackling the increasing security challenges in our society is daily becoming daunting. Nonetheless, the assurance I bring the way of the good people of Enugu State is that we will remain focused and unflinching in our commitment to enthrone a crime-free and peaceful environment for all and sundry to thrive in their legitimate enterprises.”

He however, urged the citizenry to remain law-abiding, security conscious and continue to support the Police, through the provision of credible and actionable security information; while also reporting suspected criminals and their activities to the nearest

Parading suspects for various crime such as abduction, armed robbery, vandalism, defilement among others during the briefing, the commissioner hinted that a  total number of suspects arrested  under the period under review include, 83; abducted or kidnapped victims rescued, 20; firearms of different calibres.

 Others are,  recovered, 46;

 ammunition of different calibres recovered, 125; motor vehicles recovered, 35; tricycles recovered, 6; while motorcycles recovered were 15.


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