IGP Alkali Visits Late Innocent Chukwuma's Family, Says He Fought Doggedly For Good Governance - THE DAILY CRUCIBLE

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IGP Alkali Visits Late Innocent Chukwuma's Family, Says He Fought Doggedly For Good Governance







From Godwin Akomah, Lagos

The Acting Inspector-General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali Baba has condoled with the family of Innocent Chukwuma over the  sudden demise of late founder of CLEEN Foundation, describing him as dogged fighter for good governance in Nigeria.

IGP Usman Alkali affirmed that Chukwuma was not an arm chair social critic of the Nigeria Police, but a change agent who deployed his expansive network, resources and intellectual assets towards advocating and advancing the goals of Police reform in the country.

He spoke when he visited the home of the late human right crusader and social critic, at Peace Estate, off Kudirat Abiola Way, Ikeja, on Saturday.

Alkali was represented by his high-powered delegation, ed by the Assitant Inspector-General of Police, Zone 2 Command, Onikan Lagos, AIG Ahmed Iliyasu, 

Ahmed Iliyasu, was accompanied by the Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, CP Hakeem Odumosu, Deputy Commissioners of Police and Assitant Commissioners of Police in both Zone 2 Command, Onikan and Command Headquarters, Ikeja. 

The Assitant Inspector-General of Police read and presented the Condolence Letter, personally signed by the Inspector-General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali Baba,  to the wife of late Innocent Chukwuma, Mrs Josephine Chukwuma, in the presence of other family members.
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The IGP  noted the Chukwuma was dogged in his fight for good governance in Nigeria, even as the Regional Director (West Africa) of the Ford Foundation.

Addressing newsmen later, the Assitant Inspector-General of Police, Zone 2, AIG Ahmed Iliyasu, used  the opportunity of the visit to assure the  public of adequate security of lives and property in the zone, which comprises Lagos and Ogun states.

The Police Public Relations Officer for Lagos State Command, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, in a release, quoted Iliyasu, as saying "all hands are on deck to flush out criminals and hoodlums of the zone."


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