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Group decries rising criminal activities in Akwa Ibom

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The Civil Liberties Organisation has raised an alarm over the rising circumstances of crime in Akwa Ibom State.

It added that residents within the state not sleep with their two eyes closed as a consequence of worry of assaults by robbers or cultists.

The group due to this fact urged the Governor, Mr Udom Emmanuel, to rise to the event by offering patrol automobiles and different logistic help to the police command to facilitate their motion throughout the state.

In an announcement signed by the CLO State Chairman, Franklyn Isong, and the Secretary, Christopher Ekpo, on Tuesday, the group famous that the provision of practical patrol automobiles would assist the police sort out the upsurge of armed theft, cultism and different safety breaches within the state.

It additionally expressed fear over the sudden shortage of patrol automobiles within the state even because it counseled Governor Emmanuel over preliminary intervention within the plight of police within the state regardless of dwindling funding by the Federal Authorities.

”The Civil Liberties Organisation (CLO), Akwa Ibom State Department has known as on the State Governor, Mr. Udom Emmanuel, to offer patrol automobiles and different logistical helps to the Nigeria Police Drive, Akwa Ibom State Command with a view to enhance the effectivity of the Police to fight the current upsurge of armed theft, cultism and different felony actions within the state,” the assertion learn partially.

“Residents of Akwa Ibom State not sleep with their eyes closed due to the excessive fee of crime within the state.

“CLO is alarmed on the sudden disappearance of Police patrol automobiles within the State, which from its discovering factors to the dearth of police patrol automobiles.

“The CLO commends the State Governor, Mr. Udom Emmanuel, for prior interventions to reinforce the effectivity of the police within the state within the face of dwindling funding by the Federal Authorities.”

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