The Commissioner of Police, Delta State Command, Mr. Hafiz Mohammed Inuwa, has been promoted to the position of Assistant Inspector General of Police.
The CP according to random opinions from security observers, has done marvelously well as the Chief Security Officer of the Police hierarchy in the State, having brought far reaching innovations into policing.
As soon as he was deployed to the state, he quickly swung into action, paying courtesy visits to stakeholders and brainstorming on the best ways to arrest the ugly situation of kidnapping, cultism and armed robbery at the time.
From all indications in the security index of the state, it is believed that CP Hafiz Inuwa, had done excellently well both in crime prevention and control, responsiveness and human face community policing.
Those who had interacted with him in the line of duty would agree to the fact that his human relations disposition was impeccable and worth desiring for the police/public relationship going forward.
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