CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, PPRO, Lagos State Command

The Police Public Relations Officer in the Lagos State Command, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi has counseled the new promotees in the Command to be upright and be professional in their new roles. He made this known to Trek Africa Newspaper on the sidelines of the decoration ceremony of some newly-promoted officers administered by CP Hakeem Odumosu in Lagos recently.

‘The message is clear’, Olumuyiwa Adejobi stated. ‘When you are promoted, you have more challenges. You have more duties to perform. It is a challenge of duty. It is a challenge to commitment. It is a challenge to dedication. They should assist the Command in formulating policies.’

L-R: CSP Ajeade Sunday; CSP Balogun Gboyega and CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi

‘They should instill discipline in all officers. Gross indiscipline on the job is becoming worrisome but some officers overlook these misdeeds. It is not supposed to be. That is not the way it should be done. When your subordinate does something wrong, it is for you to correct him.’

‘We are challenging them to go out there and evangelize the Code of Conduct and the Ethics of the Nigerian Police. Let them ensure that our men do what is expected of them. Every police personnel are meant to be a PRO for the Police, so we urge them to go out there and to harp on discipline, efficiency, professionalism and decency.’

L-R: Commissioner of Police, Lagos State Command, CP Hakeem Odumosu; Deputy Police Public Relations Officer, Lagos Command, SP Matilda Umiah Ngbaronye and Deputy Commissioner of Police, Department of Operations, DCP Ahmed Kontangora during the decoration of Matilda Ngbaronye with the new rank as Superintendent of Police (SP) at the Command conference center, G.R.A, Ikeja


The Police PRO also informed Trek Africa Newspaper that more than 1200 officers were promoted across the Command. ‘The Commissioner of Police decorated about 40 of them today, some are ASPs, CSPs, DSPs, and SPs. DC Ahmed Kontagora, DC Bassey Ewah, and all the ACs assisted in the decoration of the promotees’, he concluded.

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