Ibine takes over at Eastern Port Police Command

A new commissioner of Police  has  taken  over  at  the  Eastern Port Command, Port Harcourt. He is Ebojune Joshua Ibine, who was until last week the Commissioner of Police, Provost at the Force Headquarters, Abuja.

He took over from James Olatunji Caulkrick who has been redeployed as the Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIG), Maritime, Lagos.

The new Commissioner of Police while taking over assured stakeholders of  the need to cooperate with his administration which he promised would be built on improving on the existing structures of his predecessor.

Ibine also assured all maritime stakeholders at the Eastern Ports of their safetyin the course of carrying out their legitimate business.

He warned those who do not have business at the ports under his command to stay off so as not to clog the smooth operations of goods and services in the Eastern Ports.

Ibine who is a Course 13 member of the Police Staff College in Jos, Plateau State, also promised to ensure that there will be peace throughout his tenure.

He admonished officers to carry out their duties without fear or favour, saying that any officer found wanting in the discharge of his/her duties will face disciplinary measures in line with laid down procedures.

Ibine has served in all the six geopolitical zones of the country and only recently served on special duty assignment to Ekiti State during the last general  elections.

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