By Esther Onyegbula

Lagos State CP,  Umar A. Manko

History will be made  in Lagos next week when the Christian Police Fellowship of Nigeria, CPFN,  Lagos State, Lord of Lords chapel, will kick off its end-of-year programme at the command headquarters in Ikeja.  The programme tagged: ‘My Testimony Is A Must’ will start from December 9 and end on the 13th with Primate  Jatto ministering.

Speaking with Crime Guard, Prophet Jatto said the programmed was to thank God for the police family and to commit the new year into the hands of God. According to him, “We also have an outstanding Commissioner of Police, Umar Manko  a moslem, decided to carry Christians and Moslems along in all he is doing.

He has built a great, united bond between all the religious groups in the command and we have no alternative than to continue in prayer and thanksgiving to God to help him reach the zenith of his career.
“We are expecting notable men of God from far and near including Reverend Yinka Yusuf of the Household of the Lord’s Church, Lekki-Aja, Lagos; Nigerian Army fellowship and Fellowships from other para-military bodies and at the-end-of the year programme, the Commissioner of Police will lead the team to visit motherless homes in Lagos.”
Crime Guard gathered that already, the command headquarters is wearing a new look as the Police boss reportedly directed that all hands should be on deck to make the programme a success.

Police men interviewed over the development commended the Police boss for recognizing the importance of such a programme in the life of his men and noted that this will be the first time a moslem Commissioner of Police in the command will give his nod for such to be carried out successfully.

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