THE Association of Ndi EzeNdi Igbo N’uzoIje led by Boniface Ibekwe, Ezendigbo, Kano state and president general of the association, on Tuesday, December 13, 2016 paid a courtesy call on Ibrahim K. Idris, inspector general of Police, IGP, at Force Headquarters, Abuja.
Idri, in his welcome address, expressed his appreciation for the visit and assured his guests that the Nigeria Police Force would continue to provide necessary support, co-operation and sustain the partnership between the Force and the Ndi EzeNdi Igbo N’uzoIje.
In his remarks, Ibekwe congratulated the IGP on his well-deserved appointment and thanked President Muhammadu Buhari for appointing him as the 19th indigenous IGP.
He assured Idris of continuous co-operation and partnership with the commissioners of Police in their respective states where they serve as traditional rulers.
The Igbo leader also commended the IGP for his excellent Police community relations strategies and initiative such as the formation of eminent person’s forum and other committees on crime prevention in collaboration with critical stakeholders and the communities across the country which has helped to enhance the operations of the Nigeria Police Force.
— Dec 14, 2016 @ 16:40 GMT