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Adeoye Becomes Anambra CP As PSC Approves Appointment of Eight Commissioners

CP ADEOYE   Adeoye Becomes Anambra CP As PSC Approves Appointment of  Eight Commissioners   CP Aderemi Olufemi Adeoye has been appointed the new Commissioner of Police for Anambra State. This was disclosed in a statement issued to newsmen on Friday by the Head of Press and Public Relations, Police Service Commission, Ikechukwu Ani. According to him, the Commission also approved the appointments of seven other Commissioners of Police for different states in the country, while also commending the Acting Inspector-General of Police for being gender sensitive in the appointments According to the statement “PSC Approves Appointment of 8 Command CPs, Commends Acting IGP for Gender Sensitivity, Draws His Attention to 15 Per Cent Geo-political Spread”, the statement reads: “The Police Service Commission has approved the appointment and deployment of eight Commissioners of Police to State Commands in the Country. The Commission also commended the acting Inspector General of Police, Kayode Egbet

Anambra Vigilante kill two gunmen as police hunt for fleeing members

  Anambra Vigilante kill two gunmen as police hunt for fleeing members  Two suspected gunmen have been killed by members of the Anambra Vigilante Group, AVG. The incident took place Monday morning in Okija, Ihiala local government area of Anambra state around 3:30am yesterday. Hurricane News  gathered that the gunmen numbering about 15 stormed the camp of the vigilante members, thinking they were sleeping . According to one of the AVG members who spoke with  our Correspondent   in confidence, said, the gunmen came with AK-47 riffles and different charms. The charms, according to the source, were hung on their necks, waists, hands and legs. “When they came, they opened fire on us without knowing they stepped into the lion’s den. “Let them continue coming we are ready for them, we killed two but others escaped with bullets in their body, nonsense people”. While confirming the report, Anambra State Police command spokesperson  DSP Tochukwu Ikenga  called on proprietors of private hospital