Governor Sir Siminalayi Fubara emphasized the importance of professionalism and experience in the fight against crime during the reception of CP Olatunji Rilwan Disu, the newly appointed Commissioner of Police in Rivers State.
In a courtesy visit at the Government House in Port Harcourt, Governor Fubara urged CP Disu to leverage his familiarity with Rivers State, underscoring the added advantage his experience brings to the role.
Expressing confidence in Disu’s capabilities, the governor emphasized the need for professionalism and committed the state government’s support to bolster the police force’s capacity.
Governor Fubara reiterated his dedication to the peace and progress of the state, aligning his leadership approach as inclusive, aiming for the welfare and security of all residents.
CP Olatunji Disu, in response, assured a proactive policing strategy centered on effective surveillance, fostering trust among the police ranks and the public, ensuring enhanced protection of lives and properties in Rivers State.
Disu highlighted his commitment to creating a peaceful environment that ensures the safety of Rivers’ populace, vowing to make it challenging for criminals to operate within the state.
The new Police Commissioner pledged diligent efforts towards maintaining a secure atmosphere, emphasizing collaboration with the government and a focus on fair and just actions in crime prevention.
Governor Fubara’s charge echoes the significance of a collaborative and professional approach to law enforcement, fostering trust between the police force and the community while safeguarding the peace and security of Rivers State.