Uche Nwosu wishes Outing Going Imo Police Boss, AIG LAKANU FAREWELL, Describes him as a Cop with exceptionally qualities
...as he welcomes the New CP of Imo State, Chris Ezike
The Chief of Staff ,Imo State Government House, Ugwumba Uche Nwosu has described the out-going Imo State Commissioner of Police who is now the AIG as a Super Cop with exceptional qualities whose efforts and commitment to duty have yielded fruits in the area of Security in Imo State.
Ugwumba Uche Nwosu made this known during the Dinner Night organized in honour of both senior police officers at Concord Hotel, Owerri, Imo State.
The Chief of Staff maintained that Mr Taiwo Lakanu's effort in ensuring that Imo State is safe has really distinguished him among his colleagues and positioned him as a Security Public servant with a difference.
Speaking further, Ugwumba Uche Nwosu noted that the harmonious relationship between the government and other agencies of security in the state including the police is worthy of emulation.
We all work together for a common goal and that is to ensure that the society is safe. We have seen where Police top brass in the State made themselves instruments of destruction and confusion but its not Mr Lakanu. He is a good man, he noted.
Taiwo is undoubtedly one of the most outstanding police officers the country can brag of. On countless occasions, he has been rewarded for his tireless struggle to reduce crime rate in the country and has done his bid in promoting integrity in the police force.
His constant deployment to various states in the nation is simply an attempt to spread his positive influence in the country and give other police officers the opportunity to work with him.
He has never been involved in a controversy neither has he shown a lackadaisical attitude towards his duties as a police office.
Similarly, Ugwumba Uche Nwosu extended his hands of fellowship to the in coming Imo State Commissioner of Police, Mr Chris Ezike while assuring him of the support from the State government to ensure that he succeeds in his new assignment.
By Nwadike Chikezie