In South-South Nigeria, No More Hiding Place for Kidnappers and Militants
By Johnson Eniku
As part of the efforts to combat militant activities and sea pirate attacks in the South-South region of Nigeria, the Nigeria Police Zone 6 Command has scored a big point in the region.
In an effort to boost the under the Inspector-General of Police SOLOMON Arase’s effective security fight against militancy and kidnapping in the South- South region, the zone 6 Police Command under the Command of Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIG) Tunde Ogunsakin yesterday took delivery of a brand new surveillance helicopter.
AIG Tunde Ogunsakin received the helicopter, fitted with modern communication gadgets to aid effective surveillance in the creeks.
This comes on the heels of a recent pact by the command and sister security agencies within the zone to form a security joint taskforce to checkmate security threat in the area.
While describing the helicopter’s arrival as a welcome development, the AIG applauded Inspector General of Police, Solomon Erase, over his commitment to ensure peace and security in the zone.
Ogunsakin, who was visibly elated over the development promised to chase kidnappers out of the zone. While emphasizing the importance of a joint security operation, Ogunsakin assured that the security forces would deploy technologically-driven and action able intelligence to actualize their common goal in policing the zone.
The 5 seater capacity surveillance helicopter, according to him, will go a long way to reinforce the command’s war arsenal.