The Enugu State police command has stressed the need for collaboration between the police and the Enugu State judiciary, stating that such partnership will further strengthen the existing peace in the State.
Commissioner of police in the state, Mr. Danmallam Mohammed, who spoke during a courtesy visit on the state chief judge, Hon. Justice Priscilla Emehelu, said the relationship between the force and the state judiciary was akin to two sides of a coin with roles that are often complementary.
Noting that the judiciary plays a major role towards the peaceful co-existence of any nation, he commended the state judiciary in helping to attain such goal in Enugu State.
Responding, the chief judge thanked the commissioner of police and his entourage for the visit, adding that efforts by the former to ensure a safe and secured environment have been remarkable. She assured him of her ministry’s cooperation for the smooth discharge of the command’s responsibilities.
The Enugu State police chief was accompanied by Mr. Godwin Akoh, the deputy commissioner of police in charge of operations, Mr. Ebere Amaraizu, a superintendent and the force’s public relations officer in the state; Mr Patrick Agbambu, the chief executive officer of Security Watch Africa; as well as Mr. Damian Njoku, a superintendent and head of the force’s legal department.