Ifedi Okwenna Codols The IGP Over The Death Of DPO Osumenyi & Burning Of Divisional Offices

*IFEDI OKWENNA CODOLS THE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE FOR DEATH OF THE DPO OSUMENYI AND THE BURNING OF DIVISIONAL POLICE OFFICES IN OSUMENYI, EZINIFITE, AMICHI AND UKPOR.*

The PDP Governorship Aspirant for 2021 Anambra State Governorship election, Dr. Ifedi Okwenna has condoled the Inspector General of Police, IGP Mohammed Abubakar Adamu, the Anambra State Police Commissioner, and the Nigerian Police Force over the burning of the Divisional Police Offices at Osumenyi, Ezinifite, Amichi and Ukpor and the killing of The Divisional Police Officer (DPO) for Osumenyi and another Inspector of Police, from the Division,

In a statement signed by his Media Officer, Ebuka Frederick, the Governorship aspirant hopeful, expressed his condolences to the families of the fallen gallant officers of the Police Force, for the irreparable loss. 

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The Ugwumba Osumenyi, lamented on how “the seren, peaceful and beautiful town of Osumenyi (my home town) and indeed most parts of Nnewi South Local Government Area, were shattered by the rampaging hoodlums from outside the Local Government”. These according to him were “indeed gory sites to behold”. 
On behalf of his family and the entire Ifedi Okwenna Foundation, he commensurated  with the Nigeria Police,  and the families of the deceased for the loss in active service, of these fine officers of the Force. He prayed God to give their families the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss of their respective breadwinners.

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Dr Okwenna called on the Federal and State Governments to urgently find lasting solutions to the current break down of law and order in Anambra State and the entire Country. “Our people should note that destroying lives and the properties of law enforcement agencies and individuals, will never be a solution to our current problems and challenges especially when resources for reconstruction of damaged infrastructure may not just come so easy”, Dr Okwenna concluded.

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