…I Regret Leaving Force Headquarters –Ojukwu
The New Force Public Relation Officer of the Nigeria Police , Olabisi Kolawole says , no matter the pressure she can never be intimidated by male officers.
The New Force Public Relation Officer of the Nigeria Police , Olabisi Kolawole says , no matter the pressure she can never be intimidated by male officers. Kolawole said this on Tuesday in Abuja at the official taking over as the police spokesperson, adding that his appointment will pave more ways for other female officers who has dream of going higher in the police force.
Ask what she would do different as the first female public relation officer , she said “ first is to bring change as the police mouth pix and create an elaborate relationship between the police and the public through the press.
“ On my part as the force public relation officer of the Nigeria police force, my job does not only include maintaining the cooperate image of the ,Nigeria police, but to advice the management of the police of your advice and suggestion in having a good and friendly police Force in the eyes of the citizens” she said “ In my task of projecting the Inspector general’s policy-trusts and his agenda to eradicate those vices that have hitherto painted the Nigerian police on the wrong side of our history, it will be my prerogative to constantly project his Anti-corruption drive, human rights driven policing policy, intelligence led investigations and community partnership, case diversity fast track, human capacity development and engagement and application of cutting edge technology and international best practices functions at all levels” She said with her experience as gender expect of the United nations will be used as to ensure fair listening ears to all reports, suggestions and complaints that comes her way.
On his part the out going police spokesman , Emmanuel Ojukwu, said what he regret most is leaving the Force headquarters. “ We had our ups and down , but your assistance helped us a lot. Leaving the force heaquarter is what I regret most. I want to sincerely thank you all for your collaboration during my tenure, I am most grateful” his word.
-Faith Aghaeze, Abuja