By Abubakar Abdullahi
The Commissioner of Police, Gombe State Command, CP Oqua Etim, has extended heartfelt congratulations to the people of Gombe State on the occasion of Nigeria’s 63rd Independence Celebration.
This momentous event provides an opportunity for reflection, unity, and renewed commitment toward a brighter future for Gombe State and the nation at large.
In a statement issued by Asp Mahid Muazu Abubakar, Police Public Relations Officer said CP Oqua Etim urged all citizens of Gombe State to embrace the values of good conduct and abide by the laws of the land.
He emphasized the importance of being law-abiding citizens and encourages everyone to contribute positively to society, becoming ambassadors for both Gombe State and Nigeria.
The CP maintained that by upholding these principles, the people of Gombe State can play an instrumental role in the development and progress of the state, ensuring a prosperous future for all.
Furthermore, as the custodian of law and order in Gombe State, the Commissioner of Police issued a stern warning to those with criminal intentions.
CP Etim firmly stated that Gombe State is not a haven for criminal activities, and law enforcement agencies are determined to maintain peace and security across the state, noting that any individuals involved in criminal behavior will face the full wrath of the law.
“The Gombe State Command assures the public of adequate security deployment and its commitment to protect lives and properties, especially during the Independence Celebration.”
CP Oqua Etim urged residents to be vigilant and report any suspicious activities to the appropriate authorities, stressing that together, we can create a secure and peaceful environment where progress and prosperity thrive.
As Nigeria marks 63 years of independence, CP Oqua Etim expressed confidence in the bright future that lies ahead for Gombe State as it marks 27 years since it turned state. By working hand in hand, the people of Gombe State can contribute towards building a stronger, more united Nigeria, driven by the spirit of patriotism and dedication.
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