By O’star Eze
Speaking while making the presentation, Chigbota Edozie, National Association of Women Journalists, NAWOJ, National Vice President, Southeast congratulated the CP, represented by Haruna Mohammed, the Police Public Relations Officer. She called the award well deserved given the CP’s open door policy.
Haruna Mohammed, reacting, appreciated the organisers calling the occasion a historic one. He said that the award was the best award given to the commissioner in Anambra because it comes from the people that criticise the police force the most.
Mohammed promised that the plaque will be featured in all directives of the police to further enhance he relationship between the police and all the members of the press. He said the CP’s office is open round the clock to attend to inquiries and confirmations.
Others recognised by the chapel were C-Don, Adinuba, the Commissioner of Information who also represented the Executive governor of Anambra State and Mr Yusuf Linus Isyaku. There were also Obini Onuchukwu, Federal Polytechnic Oko Director of Information and the State Director of Security, Anambra State, Primus Odili, Chief of Staff, and Chairman of the occasion.