Police AIG for Zone 5 Retires
By Maxwell Adeyemi Adeleye
The Assistant Inspector General of Police in charge of Zone 5, Isaac Chinonyerem Eke, was on Monday pulled put of service after 32 years in the Nigeria Police Force.
Eke was pulled out of service in a colourful pulling out parade held at the Dr. Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium.
In his speech, AIG Eke noted that the ability for self-reinvention would take the Nigeria Police to a level where citizens across board derive maximum service satisfaction from a people-oriented police force that leverage on International best practices, sound knowledge intelligence and cutting edge technology.
The former AIG stated that issue of personnel training, motivation and logistics in the force need urgent attention to enable officers put in their best.
He said Nigerians need to support the NPF to enable it retain its feat on being hailed as the best in the world.
His words, “My wish for the Nigeria Police Force is for it to grow and develop with the dynamics of change and law enforcement evolution in the global space.
“Success in the Police is always borne out of foundational key values of a spartan lifestyle, self contentment, discipline, belief in God and dedication to duty.”
Edo State Governor, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole who was represented by Secretary to State Government, Prof. Julius Ihonvbere, praised AIG Eke for his commitment to social justice, equity and fair play.
Governor Oshiomhole said he would be remembered as a officer who left lasting legacies in the NPF.