New Ekiti CP Assumes Duty
A new commissioner of police today assumed duty in Ekiti state.
He is Mr Mobayo Babatunde, an indigene of Kogi State.
Mr Babatunde replaced Mr Amba Asuquo who was recently elevated to the rank of Assistant Inspector General, AIG of police.
At a meeting with officers of the Ekiti State Police Command, the new CP reiterated his readiness to work in accordance with the vision and objectives of the community policing policy introduced by the Inspector General of Police, Mr Adamu Mohammed.
Mr Babatunde told them that he would prioritize professionalism, honesty, transparency, firmness, and dedication to duty.
The new CP who promised to consolidate on the achievements of his predecessor, Mr Amba Asuquo, said the command under his leadership would partner relevant agencies and bodies to ensure adequate protection of lives and property in the state.
Mr Babatunde sought full cooperation of members of the public by giving useful and timely information to enable the command to rid Ekiti of all forms of criminal activities.