Written by Ateed YUSUF

Protection of lives, property my priority says Kuje DPO

THE Divisional Police Officer, DPO, in charge of Kuje area council, CSP Harrison Oruruo, has said that protection of lives and property would be given priority. 

He made this known while speaking to our correspondent after the security meeting in the council area. 

The DPO noted that crime rate in Kuje and environs has reduced drastically, just as he enjoined the residents to always regard crime fighting and control as a collective responsibility. 

Oruruo reiterated commitment to continue with the fight against criminal activities, adding that no major crime recorded during the just concluded Christmas and New Year celebrations. 

He warned criminals in the area to think of engaging in legitimate business, warning that police in the area would never allow a breakdown of law and order. 

The Kuje police head pointed out that he would be holding security meetings with various stakeholders such as traditional and religious leaders as well as, PCRC members with a view to having a partnership that would accelerate the fight against crime in the council. 

The DPO called on residents of the area to remain law abiding at all time, just as he encourage aggrieved persons with complaints to channel it to the appropriate authority to redress. 

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