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Confab visits Delta CP, seeks for working synergy, collaboration




By Stephen Asaba-ase

The Conference For the Actualisation of Human Rights, CAHR has paid a courtesy call to the Delta State commissioner of police, CP Abaniwonda Olufemi on Friday.

The visit was premised on the need for working synergy and collaboration among the state police command and the human rights community.

The delegation of confab led by its National coordinator, Barr Omes Ogedegbe Esq, emphasised on protecting the fundamental human rights of citizens in the state.

Ogedegbe, who appreciated the commissioner of police for his lofty elevation and strong determination to reduce crime to the barest minimum in the state.

The national director, who further commended the CP for quick response to issues brought before his office, added that confab would continue to maintain good working relationship with the state police command.

In response, the CP Olufemi thanked the human rights group for good working relationship with the State police command since he resumed office as commissioner in the state.

The commissioner emphasised strongly on collaboration among human rights groups in the state, stressing that the human rights community would make strong positive impact when they merged under one indivisible umbrella.

He also urged the rights advocates to commend the effort of policemen in combating crimes in the state, adding that continued complaint and estranged behaviours against the police would only weaken them from achieving set golds.

On human protection, the CP assured that the state police command would stand against abuse of the fundamental human rights of citizens in the state at all times.

Others at the meeting included the
National Secretary, Comr Austin Ozobo, Delta State director of Confab, Prince Ukuanovwe Godstime OJ, National PRO, Hon.Comrade Atiku Sunday,
State deputy director Captain Emmanuel Udofia, Ughelli North coordinator, Hon. Ochuko Aregbor, Alegbor Okada unit Chairman Comr Godday Odumegu and Comrade Okpowa Uruemu Nina, women leader.