By Davies Iheamnachor
PORT HARCOURT— Rivers State Police Command has assured the people of the state of adequate security during and after the yuletide period.
The state Commissioner of Police, Musa Kimo, gave the assurance at the Children’s Home in Port Harcourt, while donating some items to the home in line with the Inspector General of Police’s scheme for community outreach and policy.
Kimo assured that the lives and property of the people of the state would be adequately secured during and after the Christmas and New Year celebrations.
The police boss disclosed that the command had concluded strategic plans to ensure that security of the state was guaranteed.
Kimo warned criminals and cultists in the state to quit or move out of the state, adding that the police would clamp down on every activity that would cause trouble in the state during the season.
He maintained that the police would response swiftly against armed robbery or any kidnap incident should any occur.
“We are here to deliver these gift items to the home on behalf of the police IG, and to identify with our own children in line with community outreach and policy. We are here to demonstrate love to the children.
“I urge everybody in this state to be God fearing and abide by the rule of law in their dealings. We have put all security measures in place and we appeal to the people of the state to abide by these rules,” he said.
Responding, the matron of Port Harcourt Children’s Home, Mrs. Barile Nwako thanked the Police for the gift items, saying that the items were signs of love and care for the less privileged.