By ONYEKACHUKWU MELUWA, Warri
The Intelligence Special Task force on Illegal Bunkering Commander today said the pipeline vandals are going to get it had henceforth.
The IGP Intelligence Task force on Illegal oil Bunkering and pipeline vandalism new commander, ACP Usman Kafani Jibrin made this known during his one day familiarization territory visit to Warri.
The commander therefore said “those involved in illegal Bunkering are in for a had time, it is not going to be Buisness as usual, definitely we are going to deal with those one that we cut”.
ACP Jibrin said on llegal bunkering: We don’t have problem with Navy
“I came to visit the men. As you are aware I have just been recently appointed into this office.”
“I need to familiarize myself with the locations and then see the men who are working for this unitI so that at any time only the mention of the name I should be able to say yes, this is the place”
“To do the usual, for them to do their job that brought them here. we have a duty to protect life and property, and that is the mandate of every police man. That is what we are telling you not to play with that same mandate.”
“We have a work to do and we must do it to the best of our ability. Those who are vandalizing the resucess of the country definitely are not going to have it the easy way from henceforth”.
“We don’t have any problem with the Navy, they are our Sister agencies we work together with them for the common interest of the nation.”.
The Inspector-General of Police Special Task Force on Pipeline Vandalism today said it has no problems with the Nigerian Navy.
The Unit Commander-General of the IGP Special Task Force on Pipeline Vandalism, ACP Usman Kafani Jibrin made the assertion during its famiarization tour of locations on Tuesday.
ACP Jubrin noted that the Nigerian Navy is a sister Agency to the Nigeria Police Force.
ACP Jibrin stated that the Police will prosecute illegal bunkers who have been caught to serve as a deterrent to others.
ACP Jibrin who is newly appointed into the office by the Inspector-General of Police said he was in Warri to visit Officers and men of the Unit as well as familiarize himself with the locations