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Enugu: Police Seek Closer Working Relationship With NAF



The Police Command in Enugu State, on Wednesday, sought the strengthening of the existing mutually beneficial working relationship between it and the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) in the state.

The state’s Commissioner of Police, CP Kanayo Uzuegbu, said this when he, alongside his management team members, paid a courtesy visit to the Air Officer Commanding (AOC), Ground Training Command (GTC) of the NAF, Enugu, AVM Usman Abdullahi.

“We are here to extend our warn facilitation to your Command and see how we will strengthen our existing good and cordial working relations built over years,” Uzuegbu said.


Responding, the AOC commended the CP and the state Police Command for the hitherto cordial and fruitful working relationship.

He, however, assured the police command of the strengthening of the existing collaboration.

“Our relationship will be made to become even more mutually productive,” he assured.

In another development, the commissioner of police received the leadership of the Police Officers Wives Association (POWA) in Enugu State, led by its Chairperson, Mrs Joy Uzuegbu, who paid him a courtesy visit in office in Enugu.

The commissioner commended the women for their fervent motherly roles and enjoined them to continue to support and pray for the officers and men of the Command, as they daily perform the arduous policing tasks.

In her remarks, Mrs Uzuegbu assured the CP of the officers’ wives continued support and prayers for God’s guidance, preservation, and success as the Command’s officers and men daily discharge their duties.

She further promised to ensure that POWA in the state becomes even more cohesive and resourceful.

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