Ben Dunno, Warri
The Chairperson of Police Officers Wives Association, (POWA), Delta state chapter, Hajiya Batul Muhammad Mustafa, has admonished women, mostly officers wives to be more sensitive to healthy and hygienic environment at the barracks.
Speaking during her tour around the various police stations in Warri area, the Delta POWA Chairperson, insisted that there can never be an option to a clean and heathy environment as it helps in nurturing both physical and mental alertness needed in prompting professionalism among officers and men.
While thanking men and officers of the command for the support extended to her husband since he assumed office in the state, Hajiya Batul Muhammad Mustafa, urged them to remain steadfast in discharging their duties so as to consolidate the ongoing war against violent crimes in the society.
Earlier in his speech, the Warri Area Commander, ACP Mohammed Shaba, reeled out some of the remarkable achievements of the Command in the area of crime fighting and enhancing the standards of living of his men and officers in order to make them more efficient in discharging their duties.
He assured of his command’s commitment to promoting professionalism among officers and men, adding that most of the successes recorded in crime fighting in the area was based on intelligence gathering that was made possible through the level of professionalism in the men.
In his address, the Divisional Police Officer (DPO), ‘A’ Division, CSP Kelvin Zuokumor, applauded the POWA Chairperson for her timely visit to the area, stressing that her coming had further boosted the morale and spirit of men in his division.
According to him, “It is with humility and indeed a high sense of responsibility that I, on behalf of the Officers and men of ” A” Division Warri, welcome our amiable Chairperson,POWA, Hajiya Batul Muhammad Mustafa and her entourage to the Division.
“With excitement, we acknowledge and appreciate POWA Chairperson for being in our midst today despite your tight schedule, you find time to visit the Division.”
CSP Zuokumor noted that the “A” Division Barracks is one of the oldest and largest in Delta State Police Command.
He stressed that, “It accommodate both serving members from the Division and other Divisions from all parts of the State.
“We have demonstrated our loyalty and commitments in ensuring that the barracks and it’s environment are always properly clean for conducive environment for human habitation”.
“However, there has been a tremendous improvement in barracks sanitation as barracks inspections are always being carried out regularly with comprehensive reports sent to the Commissioner of Police, State Headquarters, Asaba for his information and directives”, he stated