Governor Uzodimma visits the Imo State Police Command, signs condolence form in honor of the police officers who lost their lives.
Governor Uzodimma set to establish an insurance policy for the Imo state police force.
This insurance is coming on the heels of 5 Million Naira he doled out to each of the families of Policemen who were victims of insecurity in the state.
GOV. UZODIMMA COMMISERATES WITH IMO POLICE COMMAND
SET TO ESTABLISH AN INSURANCE POLICY FOR SECURITY OPERATIVES
Imo State Governor, Senator Hope Uzodinma, has unravelled plans of establishing an insurance policy that will help boast the moral of security operatives serving in the State.
The Governor disclosed this when he paid a condolence visit to the Command on Tuesday, while expressing sadness over the murder of officers on duty by Unknown gunmen.
“Government will not let you do this work alone, we will support and supply all logistics and requirement needed cause we want our people to sleep with their two eyes closed.
We will bring up an insurance policy in the State for all police officers in the State which will benefit their relations, this is to boost their moral in service delivery”. Uzodimma stated.
While emphasizing that the Police is the last hope of the common man, according to the Governor, ” if the police is challenged the entire nation will be challenged”, as he thanked President Muhamadu Buhari for his support during the weeks of insecurity crisis in Imo State.
Earlier in his address CP Aburu Yaro, Imo State Police Commissioner, poured encomiums on Gov. Uzodimma for demonstrating that he values the service delivery of Police officers in the State within the few weeks of security challenges, stressing that his condolence visit is the first of it’s kind since 40 years establishment of the police command.
Aburu Yaro, used the occasion to call on Imolites to go about their businesses as normalcy has returned in the State, while urging them to always cooperate with men of the force on duty cause they are out to protect lives and properties in the Imo State.
Highpoint of the occasion was the signing of condolence register by Governor Hope Uzodinma, as he also donated security vans for effective policing of the State.HopeNewAndElectronicMediaCenter