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  •  The Commissioner of Police in Enugu State Mr Ahmed Ammani on Monday urged political parties and gladiators in the state to conduct their electioneering activities in the most peaceful manner The commissioner also appealed to political parties to ensure the timely provision of their campaign timetables to the command to aid necessary security actions He said this in Enugu during an interactive meeting with leaders of political parties Independent National Electoral Commission INEC and heads of other security agencies in the state Ammani noted that the contemporary security challenges were such that they required political parties to support and work closely with the police and other security agencies during the campaigns and 2023 general elections proper I charge you all to eschew all forms of bitterness rancour thuggery and conduct your campaigns in the most peaceful manner while being guided by extant laws and rules governing such activities The police will put in place necessary security during the period and solicit political parties support especially in the area of timely provision of information on their activities Political parties and their gladiators should also promptly volunteer security information and intelligence to the police for proactive security actions he said The state s INEC Head of Legal and the Chief Security Officer Mr Humphrey Okolie and Mr Chima Ani who represented the state s Resident Electoral Commissioner REC said that INEC was committed to providing a level playing ground for political parties They also requested political parties to promptly make available to the commission their campaign timetables The commission will continue to work closely with the police other security agencies and all stakeholders in general towards the conduct of a peaceful fair and credible 2023 general elections they said Contributing the leaders of political parties in attendance raised issues of concerns that were deliberated upon They however reassured of their commitment to conduct their campaigns and other activities leading to the general elections in a peaceful manner and in accordance with established laws and rules of engagement In attendance in the interactive meeting were Heads of other security agencies including those of the Department of State Services DSS and the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps NSCDC Others were the Federal Road Safety Corps FRSC the Nigerian Correctional Service NCoS and the Nigerian Immigration Service NIS NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Enugu CP urges political parties to conduct activities peacefully, provide timetables
     The Commissioner of Police in Enugu State Mr Ahmed Ammani on Monday urged political parties and gladiators in the state to conduct their electioneering activities in the most peaceful manner The commissioner also appealed to political parties to ensure the timely provision of their campaign timetables to the command to aid necessary security actions He said this in Enugu during an interactive meeting with leaders of political parties Independent National Electoral Commission INEC and heads of other security agencies in the state Ammani noted that the contemporary security challenges were such that they required political parties to support and work closely with the police and other security agencies during the campaigns and 2023 general elections proper I charge you all to eschew all forms of bitterness rancour thuggery and conduct your campaigns in the most peaceful manner while being guided by extant laws and rules governing such activities The police will put in place necessary security during the period and solicit political parties support especially in the area of timely provision of information on their activities Political parties and their gladiators should also promptly volunteer security information and intelligence to the police for proactive security actions he said The state s INEC Head of Legal and the Chief Security Officer Mr Humphrey Okolie and Mr Chima Ani who represented the state s Resident Electoral Commissioner REC said that INEC was committed to providing a level playing ground for political parties They also requested political parties to promptly make available to the commission their campaign timetables The commission will continue to work closely with the police other security agencies and all stakeholders in general towards the conduct of a peaceful fair and credible 2023 general elections they said Contributing the leaders of political parties in attendance raised issues of concerns that were deliberated upon They however reassured of their commitment to conduct their campaigns and other activities leading to the general elections in a peaceful manner and in accordance with established laws and rules of engagement In attendance in the interactive meeting were Heads of other security agencies including those of the Department of State Services DSS and the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps NSCDC Others were the Federal Road Safety Corps FRSC the Nigerian Correctional Service NCoS and the Nigerian Immigration Service NIS NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Enugu CP urges political parties to conduct activities peacefully, provide timetables
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    Enugu CP urges political parties to conduct activities peacefully, provide timetables

    The Commissioner of Police in Enugu State, Mr Ahmed Ammani, on Monday urged political parties and gladiators in the state to conduct their electioneering activities in the most peaceful manner.  

    The commissioner also appealed to political parties to ensure the timely provision of their campaign timetables to the command to aid necessary security actions.  

    He said this in Enugu during an interactive meeting with leaders of political parties, Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and heads of other security agencies in the state.  

    Ammani noted that the contemporary security challenges were such that they required political parties to support and work closely with the police and other security agencies during the campaigns and 2023 general elections proper.  

    “I charge you all to eschew all forms of bitterness, rancour, thuggery and conduct your campaigns in the most peaceful manner, while being guided by extant laws and rules governing such activities.  

    “The police will put in place necessary security during the period and solicit political parties’ support, especially in the area of timely provision of information on their activities.  

    “Political parties and their gladiators should also promptly volunteer security information and intelligence to the police for proactive security actions,” he said.  

    The state’s INEC Head of Legal and the Chief Security Officer, Mr Humphrey Okolie and Mr Chima Ani, who represented the state’s Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC), said that INEC was committed to providing a level-playing ground for political parties.  

    They also requested political parties to promptly make available to the commission their campaign timetables.  

    “The commission will continue to work closely with the police, other security agencies and all stakeholders in general towards the conduct of a peaceful, fair and credible 2023 general elections,” they said.  

    Contributing, the leaders of political parties in attendance raised issues of concerns that were deliberated upon.  

    They, however, reassured of their commitment to conduct their campaigns and other activities leading to the general elections in a peaceful manner and in accordance with established laws and rules of engagement.  

    In attendance in the interactive meeting were Heads of other security agencies, including those of the Department of State Services (DSS) and the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC).  

    Others were the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), the Nigerian Correctional Service (NCoS) and the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS).


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  •   The Commissioner of Police in Enugu State Mr Ahmed Ammani on Sunday vowed to rid the state of unrepentant criminals disturbing its peace Ammani said this after he embarked on a visibility patrol of some major highways and locations in the state which included Ugwuogo Nike Opi Nsukka and Enugu Onitsha Highways as well as Oji River and Inyi communities in Oji River Local Government Area This is contained in a statement issued on Sunday by the state s Police Public Relations Officer DSP Daniel Ndukwe The CP noted that the visibility patrol was in line with the command s avowed commitment to ensure the security and safety of citizens especially that of road users anywhere in the state According to him the visibility patrol tour is aimed at building the confidence of citizens and reassuring them of their security and safety on all roads in the state He said I reassure Enugu State residents of the command s resolve to ensure maximum public security and safety I solicit citizens continued support and cooperation in terms of information sharing and being conscious of their environment while promptly reporting any suspected abnormality The commissioner was joined in the visibility patrol tour by DCP Olasoji Akinbayo Deputy Commissioner Operations and ACP Princewill Ijeoma Commanding Officer 3 Police Mobile Force Enugu Others were CSP Ogbonna Nwota Commanding Officer Special Protection Unit SPU Base 21 Enugu and CSP Mairiga Ibrahim Second in Command 76 Police Mobile Force Nsukka among other senior police officers NewsSourceCredit NAN
    CP Ammani vows to rid Enugu of unrepentant criminals
      The Commissioner of Police in Enugu State Mr Ahmed Ammani on Sunday vowed to rid the state of unrepentant criminals disturbing its peace Ammani said this after he embarked on a visibility patrol of some major highways and locations in the state which included Ugwuogo Nike Opi Nsukka and Enugu Onitsha Highways as well as Oji River and Inyi communities in Oji River Local Government Area This is contained in a statement issued on Sunday by the state s Police Public Relations Officer DSP Daniel Ndukwe The CP noted that the visibility patrol was in line with the command s avowed commitment to ensure the security and safety of citizens especially that of road users anywhere in the state According to him the visibility patrol tour is aimed at building the confidence of citizens and reassuring them of their security and safety on all roads in the state He said I reassure Enugu State residents of the command s resolve to ensure maximum public security and safety I solicit citizens continued support and cooperation in terms of information sharing and being conscious of their environment while promptly reporting any suspected abnormality The commissioner was joined in the visibility patrol tour by DCP Olasoji Akinbayo Deputy Commissioner Operations and ACP Princewill Ijeoma Commanding Officer 3 Police Mobile Force Enugu Others were CSP Ogbonna Nwota Commanding Officer Special Protection Unit SPU Base 21 Enugu and CSP Mairiga Ibrahim Second in Command 76 Police Mobile Force Nsukka among other senior police officers NewsSourceCredit NAN
    CP Ammani vows to rid Enugu of unrepentant criminals
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    CP Ammani vows to rid Enugu of unrepentant criminals

     The Commissioner of Police in Enugu State, Mr Ahmed Ammani, on Sunday vowed to rid the state of unrepentant criminals disturbing its peace.

    Ammani said this after he embarked on a visibility patrol of some major highways and locations in the state, which included: Ugwuogo-Nike-Opi-Nsukka and Enugu-Onitsha Highways, as well as Oji-River and Inyi communities in Oji River Local Government Area. This is contained in a statement issued on Sunday by the state’s Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Daniel Ndukwe.

    The CP noted that the visibility patrol was in line with the command’s avowed commitment to ensure the security and safety of citizens, especially that of road users, anywhere in the state.

    According to him, the visibility patrol tour is aimed at building the confidence of citizens and reassuring them of their security and safety on all roads in the state.

    He said: “I reassure Enugu State residents of the command’s resolve to ensure maximum public security and safety.

    “I solicit citizens’ continued support and cooperation in terms of information sharing and being conscious of their environment while promptly reporting any suspected abnormality.

    ” The commissioner was joined in the visibility patrol tour by DCP Olasoji Akinbayo (Deputy Commissioner Operations) and ACP Princewill  Ijeoma (Commanding Officer, 3 Police Mobile Force, Enugu).

    Others were CSP Ogbonna Nwota (Commanding Officer, Special Protection Unit (SPU) Base 21, Enugu) and CSP Mairiga Ibrahim (Second-in-Command, 76 Police Mobile Force, Nsukka),  among other senior police officers.


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  •  The Enugu State Police Command says it has rescued 12 kidnap victims and foiled an attempt on some residents within one week The command s Spokesman DSP Daniel Ndukwe disclosed this in a statement issued in Enugu and made available to newsmen on Thursday Police operatives in Unity Division on Sept 21 at about 7 10p m responded to a distress call that suspected kidnappers blocked the road between Ekwegbe Agu and Neke Uno communities in Enugu East and Igbo Etiti council areas on the Enugu Opi Nsukka Highway The police operatives foiled their attempt to kidnap some road users after a gun duel Thereafter they rescued two male victims who were on the verge of being kidnapped and recovered their vehicles Ndukwe stated He also stated that at about 5 30p m on Sept 16 operatives serving at 9th Mile Police Division with assistance from Neighborhood Watch Group and Forest Guard rescued four victims in a forest at Okpatu Community in Udi council area The statement explained that the four rescued victims were said to have been kidnapped at Umulumgbe Community in the same council area at about 4p m on Sept 15 This is in addition to their rescuing six other victims in the same forest at about 4 15p m on Sept 14 the statement added It stated that the victims were reportedly kidnapped on Sept 12 at Awhum Community in Udi council area Ndukwe stated that all the rescued persons had been re united with their families He also stated that the Commissioner of Police in the state Mr Ahmed Ammani had ordered the immediate deployment of more resources to further contain emerging incidents of kidnapping in some parts of the state particularly on the Enugu Opi Nsukka Road This is to ensure the security and safety of lives and property of innocent citizens especially along major roads in the state he added According to him the state police boss has appealed to residents of the state to assist the command with prompt and credible information that will help in serving them better He stated that the command could be reached on the following emergency hotlines 08032003702 08075390883 08086671202 or Police PPRO on 08099854883 He added that information could be sent to the command via infoenugupolice gmail com He gave assurance that such vital information would be treated with utmost confidentiality and dispatch NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Enugu Police Command rescues 12 kidnap victims in 1 week
     The Enugu State Police Command says it has rescued 12 kidnap victims and foiled an attempt on some residents within one week The command s Spokesman DSP Daniel Ndukwe disclosed this in a statement issued in Enugu and made available to newsmen on Thursday Police operatives in Unity Division on Sept 21 at about 7 10p m responded to a distress call that suspected kidnappers blocked the road between Ekwegbe Agu and Neke Uno communities in Enugu East and Igbo Etiti council areas on the Enugu Opi Nsukka Highway The police operatives foiled their attempt to kidnap some road users after a gun duel Thereafter they rescued two male victims who were on the verge of being kidnapped and recovered their vehicles Ndukwe stated He also stated that at about 5 30p m on Sept 16 operatives serving at 9th Mile Police Division with assistance from Neighborhood Watch Group and Forest Guard rescued four victims in a forest at Okpatu Community in Udi council area The statement explained that the four rescued victims were said to have been kidnapped at Umulumgbe Community in the same council area at about 4p m on Sept 15 This is in addition to their rescuing six other victims in the same forest at about 4 15p m on Sept 14 the statement added It stated that the victims were reportedly kidnapped on Sept 12 at Awhum Community in Udi council area Ndukwe stated that all the rescued persons had been re united with their families He also stated that the Commissioner of Police in the state Mr Ahmed Ammani had ordered the immediate deployment of more resources to further contain emerging incidents of kidnapping in some parts of the state particularly on the Enugu Opi Nsukka Road This is to ensure the security and safety of lives and property of innocent citizens especially along major roads in the state he added According to him the state police boss has appealed to residents of the state to assist the command with prompt and credible information that will help in serving them better He stated that the command could be reached on the following emergency hotlines 08032003702 08075390883 08086671202 or Police PPRO on 08099854883 He added that information could be sent to the command via infoenugupolice gmail com He gave assurance that such vital information would be treated with utmost confidentiality and dispatch NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Enugu Police Command rescues 12 kidnap victims in 1 week
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    Enugu Police Command rescues 12 kidnap victims in 1 week

    The Enugu State Police Command says it has rescued 12 kidnap victims and foiled an attempt on some residents within one-week.

    The command’s Spokesman, DSP Daniel Ndukwe, disclosed this in a statement issued in Enugu and made available to newsmen on Thursday.

    “Police operatives in Unity Division, on Sept. 21 at about 7:10p.

    m., responded to a distress call that suspected kidnappers blocked the road between Ekwegbe-Agu and Neke-Uno communities in Enugu East and Igbo-Etiti council areas on the Enugu-Opi-Nsukka Highway.

    “The police operatives foiled their attempt to kidnap some road users after a gun duel.

    “Thereafter, they rescued two male victims, who were on the verge of being kidnapped, and recovered their vehicles,” Ndukwe stated.

    He also stated that at about 5:30p.

    m. on Sept.16, operatives serving at 9th Mile Police Division with assistance from Neighborhood Watch Group and Forest Guard rescued four victims in a forest at Okpatu Community in Udi council area.

    The statement explained that the four rescued victims were said to have been kidnapped at Umulumgbe Community in the same council area at about 4p.

    m. on Sept. 15. “This is in addition to their rescuing six other victims in the same forest at about 4:15p.

    m., on Sept. 14,” the statement added.

    It stated that the victims were reportedly kidnapped on Sept.12 at Awhum Community in Udi council area.

    Ndukwe stated that all the rescued persons had been re-united with their families.

    He also stated that the Commissioner of Police in the state, Mr Ahmed Ammani, had ordered the immediate deployment of more resources to further contain emerging incidents of kidnapping in some parts of the state, particularly on the Enugu-Opi-Nsukka Road. “This is to ensure the security and safety of lives and property of innocent citizens, especially along major roads in the state,” he added.

    According to him, the state police boss has appealed to residents of the state to assist the command with prompt and credible information that will help in serving them better.

    He stated that the command could be reached on the following emergency hotlines: 08032003702, 08075390883, 08086671202 or Police PPRO on 08099854883. He added that information could be sent to the command via: infoenugupolice@gmail.

    com.

    He gave assurance that such vital information would be treated with utmost confidentiality and dispatch.


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  •  The Commissioner of Police in Enugu State Mr Ahmed Ammani has interacted with members of different communities on how to effectively checkmate crime and criminality in the state The commissioner interacted with members and security stakeholders from different communities in Ezeagu Local Government Area and 9th Mile community of Udi local area This is contained in a statement issued by the state Police Public Relations Officer DSP Daniel Ndukwe on Sunday The commissioner in the two series of meetings held on Sept 17 specifically interacted on ways of tackling existing and emerging security challenges in the communities These meetings are pursuant of the Inspector General of Police s policing vision and mission especially as it concerns giving full effect to the concept of community policing and delivering of quality police services The meeting highlighted and brainstormed on a number of security issues in Ezeagu council area including induced situations He dwelt on the viral video of a prophesy suggesting the attack and massacre of villagers in Ezeagu council area by terrorists said to have caused panic among the people The incidents of kidnapping in 9th Mile community of Udi council area amongst other issues he said The commissioner addressing the stakeholders of Ezeagu council area led by the Chairman of Ezeagu council Chief Chukwudi Ozoeluba also reiterated the resolve of the police to ensure optimal security and safety of citizens of the communities The state police boss charged them to be security conscious and believe in Almighty God in view of the said prophecy as God was the ultimate source of peace and protector of mankind Responding the stakeholders commended the commissioner for bringing them together to discuss issues of security in their communities while assuring him of support to the police The commissioner was joined in the meeting by the Command s management team and other senior police officers including Divisional Police Officers of the concerned council areas and communities The stakeholders were drawn from the traditional rulers of the areas led by Igwe Lawrence Agubuzu the traditional ruler of Eziama Olo Kingdom in Ezeagu council area Others included Presidents General of towns unions Police Community Relations Committee PCRC members leaders of Neighborhood Watch security support groups as well as the Hausa and Fulani communities Also in attendance was gwe Emmanuel Ugwu the traditional ruler of Ibagwa Nike Kingdom and the Chairman of Enugu State Security and Peace Committee NewsSourceCredit NAN
    CP interacts with Enugu communities to checkmate crime
     The Commissioner of Police in Enugu State Mr Ahmed Ammani has interacted with members of different communities on how to effectively checkmate crime and criminality in the state The commissioner interacted with members and security stakeholders from different communities in Ezeagu Local Government Area and 9th Mile community of Udi local area This is contained in a statement issued by the state Police Public Relations Officer DSP Daniel Ndukwe on Sunday The commissioner in the two series of meetings held on Sept 17 specifically interacted on ways of tackling existing and emerging security challenges in the communities These meetings are pursuant of the Inspector General of Police s policing vision and mission especially as it concerns giving full effect to the concept of community policing and delivering of quality police services The meeting highlighted and brainstormed on a number of security issues in Ezeagu council area including induced situations He dwelt on the viral video of a prophesy suggesting the attack and massacre of villagers in Ezeagu council area by terrorists said to have caused panic among the people The incidents of kidnapping in 9th Mile community of Udi council area amongst other issues he said The commissioner addressing the stakeholders of Ezeagu council area led by the Chairman of Ezeagu council Chief Chukwudi Ozoeluba also reiterated the resolve of the police to ensure optimal security and safety of citizens of the communities The state police boss charged them to be security conscious and believe in Almighty God in view of the said prophecy as God was the ultimate source of peace and protector of mankind Responding the stakeholders commended the commissioner for bringing them together to discuss issues of security in their communities while assuring him of support to the police The commissioner was joined in the meeting by the Command s management team and other senior police officers including Divisional Police Officers of the concerned council areas and communities The stakeholders were drawn from the traditional rulers of the areas led by Igwe Lawrence Agubuzu the traditional ruler of Eziama Olo Kingdom in Ezeagu council area Others included Presidents General of towns unions Police Community Relations Committee PCRC members leaders of Neighborhood Watch security support groups as well as the Hausa and Fulani communities Also in attendance was gwe Emmanuel Ugwu the traditional ruler of Ibagwa Nike Kingdom and the Chairman of Enugu State Security and Peace Committee NewsSourceCredit NAN
    CP interacts with Enugu communities to checkmate crime
    Defence/Security2 weeks ago

    CP interacts with Enugu communities to checkmate crime

    The Commissioner of Police in Enugu State, Mr Ahmed Ammani, has interacted with members of different communities on how to effectively checkmate crime and criminality in the state.  

    The commissioner interacted with members and security stakeholders from different communities in Ezeagu Local Government Area and 9th Mile community of Udi local area.  

    This is contained in a statement issued by the state Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Daniel Ndukwe, on Sunday.  

    The commissioner, in the two series of meetings held on Sept. 17, specifically interacted on ways of tackling existing and emerging security challenges in the communities.  

    “These meetings are pursuant of the Inspector-General of Police’s policing vision and mission, especially as it concerns giving full effect to the concept of community policing and delivering of quality police services.  

    “The meeting highlighted and brainstormed on a number of security issues in Ezeagu council area, including induced situations.  

    He dwelt on “the viral video of a prophesy suggesting the attack and massacre of villagers in Ezeagu council area by terrorists, said to have caused panic among the people.  

    “The incidents of kidnapping in 9th Mile community of Udi council area amongst other issues,” he said.  

    The commissioner, addressing the stakeholders of Ezeagu council area, led by the Chairman of Ezeagu council, Chief Chukwudi Ozoeluba, also reiterated the resolve of the police to ensure optimal security and safety of citizens of the communities.  

    The state police boss charged them to be security conscious and believe in Almighty God in view of the said prophecy, as God was the ultimate source of peace and protector of mankind.  

    Responding, the stakeholders commended the commissioner for bringing them together to discuss issues of security in their communities, while assuring him of support to the police.  

    The commissioner was joined in the meeting by the Command’s management team and other senior police officers, including Divisional Police Officers of the concerned council areas and communities.  

    The stakeholders were drawn from the traditional rulers of the areas, led by Igwe Lawrence Agubuzu, the traditional ruler of Eziama-Olo Kingdom in Ezeagu council area.  

    Others included Presidents-General of towns unions, Police Community Relations Committee (PCRC) members, leaders of Neighborhood Watch, security support groups, as well as the Hausa and Fulani communities.  

    Also in attendance was Ígwe Emmanuel Ugwu, the traditional ruler of Ibagwa-Nike Kingdom and the Chairman of Enugu State Security and Peace Committee.


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  •   The Police Command in Enugu State has assured the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC of its support in the fight against financial and economic crimes in the state The state s Commissioner of Police Mr Ahmed Ammani gave the assurance on Friday in Enugu during a courtesy call by Mr Johnson Oshodi EFCC Zonal Commander The assurance is contained in a statement issued by the Command s Spokesman DSP Daniel Ndukwe on Friday in Enugu We will continue to ensure a cordial working relationship between the command and the commission The command will also give necessary assistance to the commission whenever the need arises Ndukwe quoted the commissioner as saying Earlier Oshodi praised the commissioner for his high sense of integrity and professionalism The EFCC will continue to tap into the wealth of experience of the commissioner and that of the police in general We will maintain the existing cordial working relationship between the police and the commission he said The management team of the police command which received the EFCC boss included DCP Samuel Titus DCP Chinedu Oko DCP Olasoji Akinbayo ACP Hope Isiani Okereke NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Police assure EFCC of support in fight against financial, economic crimes
      The Police Command in Enugu State has assured the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC of its support in the fight against financial and economic crimes in the state The state s Commissioner of Police Mr Ahmed Ammani gave the assurance on Friday in Enugu during a courtesy call by Mr Johnson Oshodi EFCC Zonal Commander The assurance is contained in a statement issued by the Command s Spokesman DSP Daniel Ndukwe on Friday in Enugu We will continue to ensure a cordial working relationship between the command and the commission The command will also give necessary assistance to the commission whenever the need arises Ndukwe quoted the commissioner as saying Earlier Oshodi praised the commissioner for his high sense of integrity and professionalism The EFCC will continue to tap into the wealth of experience of the commissioner and that of the police in general We will maintain the existing cordial working relationship between the police and the commission he said The management team of the police command which received the EFCC boss included DCP Samuel Titus DCP Chinedu Oko DCP Olasoji Akinbayo ACP Hope Isiani Okereke NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Police assure EFCC of support in fight against financial, economic crimes
    Defence/Security2 weeks ago

    Police assure EFCC of support in fight against financial, economic crimes

     The Police Command in Enugu State has assured the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) of its support in the fight against financial and economic crimes in the state.

    The state’s Commissioner of Police, Mr Ahmed Ammani, gave the assurance on Friday in Enugu during a courtesy call by Mr Johnson Oshodi, EFCC Zonal Commander.

    The assurance is contained in a statement issued by the Command’s Spokesman, DSP Daniel Ndukwe, on Friday in Enugu.

    “We will continue to ensure a cordial working relationship between the command and the commission.

    “The command will also give necessary assistance to the commission whenever the need arises,” Ndukwe quoted the commissioner as saying.

    Earlier, Oshodi praised the commissioner for his high sense of integrity and professionalism.

    “The EFCC will continue to tap into the wealth of experience of the commissioner and that of the police in general.

    “We will maintain the existing cordial working relationship between the police and the commission,” he said.

    The management team of the police command which received the EFCC boss included DCP Samuel Titus; DCP Chinedu Oko, DCP Olasoji Akinbayo, ACP Hope Isiani Okereke .


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  •  The Commissioner of Police in Enugu State Mr Ahmed Ammani has assured political parties that the command would provide a hitch free coverage for election campaigns in the state The Independent National Electoral Commission INEC has officially signified in its timetable of commencement of election campaigns nationwide on Sept 28 This assurance is contained in a statement issued on behalf of the commissioner by the state s Police Public Relations Officer DSP Daniel Ndukwe on Sunday in Enugu The commissioner said this duriing an interactive closed door meeting with leaders of political parties in the state at the Command Headquarters in Enugu He sought for the cooperation and support of the political parties as the command worked vigorously to ensure political activities and the elections proper were carried out in a peaceful and secured atmosphere I am reassuring you party leaders of this Command s commitment to provide security for your activities across the board during the forthcoming campaign period I however urge you to ensure that you give the police prior notice of your activities to aid appropriate police actions to curtail untoward occurrences I will also wish to remind you that politics is never a do or die affair Hence your political parties and supporters should eschew all forms of political bitterness and rancour as well as desist from acts capable of breaching public peace Ndukwe quoted the commissioner as saying Responding the party leaders lauded the Commissioner s foresight in convening the meeting and assured him of their commitment to adhere to extant laws on political parties activities before during and after the general elections They however requested for a level playing ground to allow all the political parties to smoothly carry out their legitimate activities The commissioner was joined in the meeting by his lieutenants The political parties represented included Accord Party AP Action Alliance AA Action Congress AC Action Democratic Party ADP African Alliance Congress AAC and African Democratic Congress ADC Others were All Progressives Congress APC and All Progressive Grand Alliance APGA All Progressives Party APP Allied Peoples Movement APM and Boot Party BP The rest were Labour Party LP National Rescue Movement NRM New Nigeria People s Party NNPP People s Redemption Party PRP Social Democratic Party SDP and Young Progressive Party YPP NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Enugu CP assures political parties of hitch-free election campaign
     The Commissioner of Police in Enugu State Mr Ahmed Ammani has assured political parties that the command would provide a hitch free coverage for election campaigns in the state The Independent National Electoral Commission INEC has officially signified in its timetable of commencement of election campaigns nationwide on Sept 28 This assurance is contained in a statement issued on behalf of the commissioner by the state s Police Public Relations Officer DSP Daniel Ndukwe on Sunday in Enugu The commissioner said this duriing an interactive closed door meeting with leaders of political parties in the state at the Command Headquarters in Enugu He sought for the cooperation and support of the political parties as the command worked vigorously to ensure political activities and the elections proper were carried out in a peaceful and secured atmosphere I am reassuring you party leaders of this Command s commitment to provide security for your activities across the board during the forthcoming campaign period I however urge you to ensure that you give the police prior notice of your activities to aid appropriate police actions to curtail untoward occurrences I will also wish to remind you that politics is never a do or die affair Hence your political parties and supporters should eschew all forms of political bitterness and rancour as well as desist from acts capable of breaching public peace Ndukwe quoted the commissioner as saying Responding the party leaders lauded the Commissioner s foresight in convening the meeting and assured him of their commitment to adhere to extant laws on political parties activities before during and after the general elections They however requested for a level playing ground to allow all the political parties to smoothly carry out their legitimate activities The commissioner was joined in the meeting by his lieutenants The political parties represented included Accord Party AP Action Alliance AA Action Congress AC Action Democratic Party ADP African Alliance Congress AAC and African Democratic Congress ADC Others were All Progressives Congress APC and All Progressive Grand Alliance APGA All Progressives Party APP Allied Peoples Movement APM and Boot Party BP The rest were Labour Party LP National Rescue Movement NRM New Nigeria People s Party NNPP People s Redemption Party PRP Social Democratic Party SDP and Young Progressive Party YPP NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Enugu CP assures political parties of hitch-free election campaign
    Defence/Security3 weeks ago

    Enugu CP assures political parties of hitch-free election campaign

    The Commissioner of Police in Enugu State, Mr Ahmed Ammani, has assured political parties that the command would provide  a hitch-free coverage for election campaigns in the state.  

    The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has officially signified in its timetable of commencement of election campaigns nationwide on Sept. 28.   This assurance is contained in a statement issued on behalf of the commissioner by the state’s Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Daniel Ndukwe, on Sunday in Enugu.  

    The commissioner said this duriing an interactive closed door meeting with leaders of political parties in the state at the Command Headquarters in Enugu.  

    He sought for the cooperation and support of the political parties, as the command worked vigorously to ensure political activities and the elections proper were carried out in a peaceful and secured atmosphere.  

    “I am reassuring you (party leaders) of this Command’s commitment to provide security for your activities across the board during the forthcoming campaign period.  

    “I, however, urge you to ensure that you give the police prior notice of your activities to aid appropriate police actions, to curtail untoward occurrences.  

    “I will also wish to remind you that politics is never a do-or-die affair.

    ”     “Hence, your political parties and supporters should eschew all forms of political bitterness and rancour as well as desist from acts capable of breaching public peace,” Ndukwe quoted the commissioner as saying.  

    Responding, the party leaders lauded the Commissioner’s foresight in convening the meeting and assured him of their commitment to adhere to extant laws on political parties’ activities before, during and after the general elections.  

    They, however, requested for a level playing ground to allow all the political parties to smoothly carry out their legitimate activities.  

    The commissioner was joined in the meeting by his lieutenants.  

    The political parties represented included Accord Party (AP), Action Alliance (AA), Action Congress (AC), Action Democratic Party (ADP), African Alliance Congress (AAC) and African Democratic Congress (ADC).  

    Others were All Progressives Congress (APC) and All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA), All Progressives Party (APP), Allied Peoples Movement (APM) and Boot Party (BP).  

    The rest were Labour Party (LP), National Rescue Movement (NRM), New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP), People’s Redemption Party (PRP), Social Democratic Party (SDP) and Young Progressive Party (YPP).


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  •  The Nigerian Police Commmand in Enugu State says it is seeking synergy with the Nigerian Correctional Service NCoS to improve asecurity in the state The new Commissioner of Police in the State Mr Ahmed Ammani said this on Friday when he paid a courtesy visit to Mr Nicholas Obiako Controller NCos Command in Enugu Ammani said that he came to chart a new course on how to provide better public protection and safety in the state As a critical stakeholder in the criminal justice system we are here to explore ways of improving what is on ground in terms of security and safety of our people he said He commended the NCoS Command in the state for being a worthy partner of the police And we look forward to a better working relationship between both services during my tenure he said Responding Obiako lauded the commissioner for the visit and solidarity The controller said that the relationship between both services was long standing He promised to give the commissioner 5774 December 2021 4175 Agriculture Community Economy Education Entertainment Environment Features Foreign General News Health Judiciary Metro Oil amp Gas Politics Religion Science amp Tech Solutions Journalism Sports Tourism Uncategorized 2022 News Agency of Nigeria powered by NAN Tech function use strict if querySelector in document addEventListener in window var e document body e addEventListener mousedown function e classList add using mouse e addEventListener keydown function e classList remove using mouse var smooth elements smooth scroll li smooth scroll a duration 800 var generatepressMenu toggleOpenedSubMenus 1 openSubMenuLabel Open Sub Menu closeSubMenuLabel Close Sub Menu NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Police seek synergy with NCoS to improve security in Enugu
     The Nigerian Police Commmand in Enugu State says it is seeking synergy with the Nigerian Correctional Service NCoS to improve asecurity in the state The new Commissioner of Police in the State Mr Ahmed Ammani said this on Friday when he paid a courtesy visit to Mr Nicholas Obiako Controller NCos Command in Enugu Ammani said that he came to chart a new course on how to provide better public protection and safety in the state As a critical stakeholder in the criminal justice system we are here to explore ways of improving what is on ground in terms of security and safety of our people he said He commended the NCoS Command in the state for being a worthy partner of the police And we look forward to a better working relationship between both services during my tenure he said Responding Obiako lauded the commissioner for the visit and solidarity The controller said that the relationship between both services was long standing He promised to give the commissioner 5774 December 2021 4175 Agriculture Community Economy Education Entertainment Environment Features Foreign General News Health Judiciary Metro Oil amp Gas Politics Religion Science amp Tech Solutions Journalism Sports Tourism Uncategorized 2022 News Agency of Nigeria powered by NAN Tech function use strict if querySelector in document addEventListener in window var e document body e addEventListener mousedown function e classList add using mouse e addEventListener keydown function e classList remove using mouse var smooth elements smooth scroll li smooth scroll a duration 800 var generatepressMenu toggleOpenedSubMenus 1 openSubMenuLabel Open Sub Menu closeSubMenuLabel Close Sub Menu NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Police seek synergy with NCoS to improve security in Enugu
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    Police seek synergy with NCoS to improve security in Enugu

    The Nigerian Police Commmand in Enugu State says it is seeking synergy with the Nigerian Correctional Service (NCoS),to improve asecurity in the state.

    The new Commissioner of Police in the State, Mr Ahmed Ammani, said this on Friday when he paid a courtesy visit to Mr Nicholas Obiako,Controller ,NCos Command in Enugu.

    Ammani said that he came to chart a new course on how to provide better public protection and safety in the state.

    “As a critical stakeholder in the criminal justice system, we are here to explore ways of improving what is on ground in terms of security and safety of our people,” he said.

    He commended the NCoS Command in the state for being a worthy partner of the police .

    “And we look forward to a better working relationship between both services during my tenure,”he said.

    Responding, Obiako, lauded the commissioner for the visit and solidarity.

    The controller said that the relationship between both services was long-standing.

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  •  Commissioner of Police in Enugu State Mr Ahmed Ammani has ordered the investigation of an Assistant Superintendent of Police ASP over alleged sexual assault of a teenager in custody The ASP is serving at the Awgu Police Division in Enugu State The order for investigation is contained in a statement issued in Enugu on Saturday by police spokesman in the state DSP Daniel Ndukwe The commissioner ordered the state Criminal Intelligence and Investigation Department to conduct a thorough investigation and bring up actionable findings on the allegation He stated that though the alleged sexual assault took place on March 18 2022 the family of the 17 year old detainee brought it up only recently The commissioner further directed that the investigation be concluded within the shortest possible time He assured that the case would be given the deserved attention and that the ASP or any other person or persons found culpable would be appropriately sanctioned Ndukwe stated NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Police grill officer over alleged sexual assault of 17-year-old detainee
     Commissioner of Police in Enugu State Mr Ahmed Ammani has ordered the investigation of an Assistant Superintendent of Police ASP over alleged sexual assault of a teenager in custody The ASP is serving at the Awgu Police Division in Enugu State The order for investigation is contained in a statement issued in Enugu on Saturday by police spokesman in the state DSP Daniel Ndukwe The commissioner ordered the state Criminal Intelligence and Investigation Department to conduct a thorough investigation and bring up actionable findings on the allegation He stated that though the alleged sexual assault took place on March 18 2022 the family of the 17 year old detainee brought it up only recently The commissioner further directed that the investigation be concluded within the shortest possible time He assured that the case would be given the deserved attention and that the ASP or any other person or persons found culpable would be appropriately sanctioned Ndukwe stated NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Police grill officer over alleged sexual assault of 17-year-old detainee
    Defence/Security1 month ago

    Police grill officer over alleged sexual assault of 17-year-old detainee

    Commissioner of Police in Enugu State, Mr Ahmed Ammani, has ordered the investigation of an Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) over alleged sexual assault of a teenager in custody.

    The ASP is serving at the Awgu Police Division in Enugu State.

    The order for investigation is contained in a statement issued in Enugu on Saturday by police spokesman in the state, DSP Daniel Ndukwe.

    The commissioner ordered the state Criminal Intelligence and Investigation Department to conduct a thorough investigation and bring up actionable findings on the allegation.

    He stated that though the alleged sexual assault took place on March 18, 2022, the family of the 17-year-old detainee brought it up only recently.

    “The commissioner further directed that the investigation be concluded within the shortest possible time.

    “He assured that the case would be given the deserved attention and that the ASP or any other person or persons found culpable, would be appropriately sanctioned,’’ Ndukwe stated.


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  •   The Commissioner of Police in Enugu State Mr Ahmed Ammani has ordered the state s Criminal Investigation Department CID to look into the circumstances surrounding the death of six people in an Enugu community The commissioner also directed the department to unravel why eight patients were hospitalised under the same strange circumstances in Akutara Village in Adani community of Uzo Uwani Local Government Area The commissioner s directives are contained in a statement issued by the Police Public Relations Officer PPRO DSP Daniel Ndukwe on Sunday in Enugu Ndukwe said that the directives were given following the receipt of a report alleging the sudden and unnatural deaths and hospitalisation at Akutara Village on Aug 27 The police spokesman said that the commissioner had already commiserated with the families and friends of the deceased The PPRO noted that the police boss called on the residents of the community to maintain peace and support the police with necessary information in the investigation Preliminary investigation reveals that one of the confirmed deceased victims Obinna Dike 31 attended his own traditional marriage ceremony at Obollor Eke in Udenu Council Area on Aug 26 with his relatives and other victims of the incident They thereafter went back home and continued with the celebration However the following morning none of them came out of the room where they slept This caused the door to be forced open with all of them in the room found to be unconscious with foamy discharges from their mouths the police spokesman said He said that they were immediately evacuated to a hospital where six of them were confirmed dead and deposited in the mortuary for autopsy Ndukwe noted that eight others had been responding to treatment NewsSourceCredit NAN
    CP orders investigation into death of 6 in Enugu community
      The Commissioner of Police in Enugu State Mr Ahmed Ammani has ordered the state s Criminal Investigation Department CID to look into the circumstances surrounding the death of six people in an Enugu community The commissioner also directed the department to unravel why eight patients were hospitalised under the same strange circumstances in Akutara Village in Adani community of Uzo Uwani Local Government Area The commissioner s directives are contained in a statement issued by the Police Public Relations Officer PPRO DSP Daniel Ndukwe on Sunday in Enugu Ndukwe said that the directives were given following the receipt of a report alleging the sudden and unnatural deaths and hospitalisation at Akutara Village on Aug 27 The police spokesman said that the commissioner had already commiserated with the families and friends of the deceased The PPRO noted that the police boss called on the residents of the community to maintain peace and support the police with necessary information in the investigation Preliminary investigation reveals that one of the confirmed deceased victims Obinna Dike 31 attended his own traditional marriage ceremony at Obollor Eke in Udenu Council Area on Aug 26 with his relatives and other victims of the incident They thereafter went back home and continued with the celebration However the following morning none of them came out of the room where they slept This caused the door to be forced open with all of them in the room found to be unconscious with foamy discharges from their mouths the police spokesman said He said that they were immediately evacuated to a hospital where six of them were confirmed dead and deposited in the mortuary for autopsy Ndukwe noted that eight others had been responding to treatment NewsSourceCredit NAN
    CP orders investigation into death of 6 in Enugu community
    Defence/Security1 month ago

    CP orders investigation into death of 6 in Enugu community

      The Commissioner of Police in Enugu State, Mr Ahmed Ammani, has ordered the state’s Criminal Investigation Department (CID) to look into the circumstances surrounding the death of six people in an Enugu community.

    The commissioner also directed the department to unravel why eight patients were hospitalised under the same strange circumstances in Akutara Village in Adani community of Uzo-Uwani Local Government Area. The commissioner’s directives are contained in a statement issued by the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Daniel Ndukwe, on Sunday in Enugu.

    Ndukwe said that the directives were given following the receipt of a report alleging the sudden and unnatural deaths and hospitalisation at Akutara Village on Aug. 27. The police spokesman said that the commissioner had already commiserated with the families and friends of the deceased.

    The PPRO noted that the police boss called on the residents of the community to maintain peace and support the police with necessary information in the investigation.

    “Preliminary investigation reveals that one of the confirmed deceased victims, Obinna Dike, 31, attended his own traditional marriage ceremony at Obollor-Eke in Udenu Council Area on Aug. 26 with his relatives and other victims of the incident.

    “They thereafter went back home and continued with the celebration.

    “However, the following morning, none of them came out of the room where they slept.

    `This caused the door to be forced open, with all of them in the room found to be unconscious with foamy discharges from their mouths,” the police spokesman said.

    He said that they were immediately evacuated to a hospital where six of them were confirmed dead and deposited in the mortuary for autopsy.

    Ndukwe noted that eight others had been responding to treatment.


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  •  The newly posted Commissioner of Police in Enugu State Mr Ahmed Ammani on Thursday assumed duty as the 27th Commissioner of Police in the state Ammani took over from outgoing Commissioner Mr Abubakar Lawal who had been redeployed to Kano State Command At the over ceremony in Enugu the new commissioner appealed for maximum support and cooperation of citizens especially in the area of timely sharing of credible information and intelligence on crime developments He said that he would bring his wealth of administrative operational and experience garnered over 30 years to bear in reducing crime and criminality in the state With the support of the citizenry I pledge to replicate all feats I have achieved in combating existing and emerging crime and criminality within Enugu State and make the state safer for all he said Ammani hails from Malumfashi Local Government Area of Kastina State and holds a Bachelor of Arts BA Honours Degree in Hausa and Islamic Religious Studies from Bayero University Kano He also holds a Master of Science M Sc Degree in Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice from Ahmadu Bello University Zaria and a Post Graduate Certificate in Corruption Studies from Hong Kong University He was appointed into the Nigeria Police in 1992 and commissioned as an Assistant Superintendent of Police from where he had risen to the rank of Commissioner of Police serving in different Zonal and State Commands The CP served in formations and on secondment at the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission among others NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Ammani assumes duty as 27th Police Commissioner in Enugu
     The newly posted Commissioner of Police in Enugu State Mr Ahmed Ammani on Thursday assumed duty as the 27th Commissioner of Police in the state Ammani took over from outgoing Commissioner Mr Abubakar Lawal who had been redeployed to Kano State Command At the over ceremony in Enugu the new commissioner appealed for maximum support and cooperation of citizens especially in the area of timely sharing of credible information and intelligence on crime developments He said that he would bring his wealth of administrative operational and experience garnered over 30 years to bear in reducing crime and criminality in the state With the support of the citizenry I pledge to replicate all feats I have achieved in combating existing and emerging crime and criminality within Enugu State and make the state safer for all he said Ammani hails from Malumfashi Local Government Area of Kastina State and holds a Bachelor of Arts BA Honours Degree in Hausa and Islamic Religious Studies from Bayero University Kano He also holds a Master of Science M Sc Degree in Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice from Ahmadu Bello University Zaria and a Post Graduate Certificate in Corruption Studies from Hong Kong University He was appointed into the Nigeria Police in 1992 and commissioned as an Assistant Superintendent of Police from where he had risen to the rank of Commissioner of Police serving in different Zonal and State Commands The CP served in formations and on secondment at the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission among others NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Ammani assumes duty as 27th Police Commissioner in Enugu
    Defence/Security1 month ago

    Ammani assumes duty as 27th Police Commissioner in Enugu

    The newly posted Commissioner of Police in Enugu State, Mr Ahmed Ammani, on Thursday assumed duty as the 27th Commissioner of Police in the state.  

    Ammani took over from outgoing Commissioner, Mr Abubakar Lawal, who had been redeployed to Kano State Command.

    At the over ceremony in Enugu, the new commissioner appealed for maximum support and cooperation of citizens, especially in the area of timely sharing of credible information and intelligence on crime developments.  

    He said that he would bring his wealth of administrative, operational and experience garnered over 30 years to bear in reducing crime and criminality in the state.  

    “With the support of the citizenry, I pledge to replicate all feats I have achieved in combating existing and emerging crime and criminality within Enugu State and make the state safer for all,” he said.  

    Ammani hails from Malumfashi Local Government Area of Kastina State and holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) Honours Degree in Hausa and Islamic Religious Studies from Bayero University, Kano.   He also holds a Master of Science (M.

    Sc) Degree in Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Corruption Studies from Hong Kong University.  

    He was appointed into the Nigeria Police in 1992 and commissioned as an Assistant Superintendent of Police, from where he had risen to the rank of Commissioner of Police, serving in different Zonal and State Commands.  

    The CP served in formations and on secondment at the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission, among others.


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