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“Get me 2Baba” — Rivers State Police Commissioner orders



"Get me 2Baba" -- Rivers State Police Commissioner orders

The newly appointed Rivers State Commissioner of Police, Tunji Disu, has directed police operatives in the troubled Ahoada area of the state to swiftly pursue and apprehend notorious cultist David Gift Okpala Okpolowu, also known as 2Baba, and his gang.

2Baba and his gang are suspected to be involved in the heinous killing of the Divisional Police Officer of Ahoada Police Division, SP Bako Angbashim.

During his visit to the troubled Ahoada East Local Government Area, where the brutal incident occurred, Commissioner Disu expressed staunch opposition to the killing of police officers in the state.

He emphasized the urgency of bringing the perpetrators to justice, rallying the officers to collaborate effectively to achieve success in this crucial task.

Addressing officers at the Ahoada Area Command and Division, the Commissioner, accompanied by senior police officials, conveyed a firm message, asserting that those responsible for harming a police officer would not evade justice.

He urged the officers to prioritize their safety during operations in the region to avoid injuries or fatalities.

Disu’s remarks underscored his commitment to supporting the officers in their challenging duties, acknowledging the difficulties they face while venturing into high-risk areas. He reassured them of the department’s backing in their efforts to apprehend the culprits behind the grievous crime.

“I am here to strategize on how we can apprehend those responsible for the killing of our policemen. I understand the challenges you face in navigating these difficult areas.

“I want you to realize the significance of your role. I’ve made it a priority to come here first and convey my appreciation for your dedication.

“Your safety matters; I don’t want any of you harmed during this operation. Work safely and bring me success. Perpetrators of violence against law enforcement will face the consequences,” Commissioner Disu asserted.