NGO Promises to Partner Police in Tackling Insecurity in Kogi

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The chairman and founder of Waives of Success Foundation, a none governmental organization, Yusuf Okpanachi has promised to collaborate with the Kogi Police Command in tackling the increasing cases of armed robbery, kidnapping and other forms of crimes bedeviling the state in recent times.

Okpanachi made the promise while donating three operational vehicles to Kogi Police Command in Lokoja on Tuesday to aid its operation in the state.

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He said the essence of the gift was part of his foundation’s contributions to the police to rid the state of criminal elements.

“As an NGO, part of our social responsibilities to our immediate society is to complement government’s fight against insecurity of lives and property of citizens. adsbygoogle || []).push({});

” We are ready to work with the police in finding lasting solution to the alarming rate of crimes across the state. Security of lives and property of the people should be seen as a joint efforts between the police, individuals and organizations ” Okpanachi explained.

Okpanachi therefore, appealed to the people of Kogi state to redouble their efforts in giving useful information that would assist the police to get rid of criminals in the state.

He assured that his foundation is ever ready to provide more philanthropic gestures to aid security agencies in the state for effective service delivery.

He disclosed that the main objective of the foundation was geared towards how to affect people’s life positively in all ramifications.

The Kogi State Commissioner of Police, Ede Ayuba while receiving the operational vehicles at the Police Command Headquarters in Lokoja, thanked the Foundation for the assistance and promised to utilize the vehicles for the purpose intended.

The commissioner said that Waives of Success Foundation is a God sent organization that would ever be remembered for touching positively on the lives of the people with a call on other foundations in the state to emulate.

He noted that government alone cannot provide all facilities needed to secure the lives and property of Nigerians hence the reason why joint collaboration in this direction is required from every body.

The commissioner gave an assurance that the police in Kogi would not relent in continuous fight to flush out criminal elements in the state.

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