All Saints Police Chaplaincy Awka, has been dedicated by the Archbishop, Province of the Niger, Most Reverend Alexander Ibezim PhD, assisted by Bishop Johnson Ekwe of Niger West Diocese.
The Chaplaincy located at the state Police Headquarters, Awka was donated by Chief Ruben Agina of Oba, Idemili South Council Area.
Speaking while dedicating the chaplaincy, Most Reverend Ibezim said the prayer house would encourage police personnel who are Christians to maintain regular prayer and closer relationship with God as well as rededicate themselves to work of God to attract blessing, healing and converse.
He noted that the police and other security agencies need regular prayer and assured that the church would sustain prayer for them to win more souls for Christ.
The Archbishop urged privileged Nigerians to continue to support the police to achieve their mandate of protecting life and property.
Odogwublog reports that earlier, the donor, Chief Agina said he was motivated to donate the chaplaincy to encourage police men and women to remain close to God and live life that glorifies His name.
He said prayer is necessary in the life of police personnel and disclosed that he has equally provided a water borehole for a police station in his town.