‘Commissioner Mbu Is Allowing Cultists Return To Rivers’ – Amaechi Petitions Jonathan, Mark, Tambuwal


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Governor Rotimi Amaechi has petitioned the numbers 1, 2 and 3 citizens of the country as concerns the Commissioner of Police in Rivers State, Joseph Mbu.

The petition said that Mbu had compromised his ethics and position by getting involved in the politics in the state.

The petition said, “The actions and comments of Mr. Mbu have shown that he is unwilling to support me to protect lives and properties of everyone in Rivers State.

“He has compromised our regular Security Council meetings leading to reluctance on the part of other members to speak up during the meetings and therefore rendering the meetings ineffective.

“Besides his disparaging comments and discussions of security matters with scant regard for decorum, he has destabilised the security apparatus in the state, thereby supporting the return of some of the key actors in the cult wars that engulfed the state from 2004 up till 2007.

“Sir, it has become evident that Mr. Mbu is not desirous of assisting us in our quest for a crime-free and peaceful Rives State. It is also evident that he lacks the appropriate mien and disposition required of such a highly placed officer of the law and is unable to appropriately perform his functions as commissioner of police in Rivers State.

“I would therefore wish to respectfully request for his re-deployment

from Rivers State in the interest of the people of the state and to restore the confidence of the people of Rivers State in the impartiality of the Nigeria Police.

“Regrettably, since after Mbu’s assumption as Commissioner of Police in February 2013, the security situation in Rivers State began to deteriorate due largely to his approach to the discharge of his responsibility as commissioner of police.

“Shortly upon resumption of duties, Mr. Mbu began to withdraw police security attached to principal officers of the state for reasons that were different from those given by the Assistant Inspector General of Police of Zone 6 during a visit to me.”

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