…calls for more synergy
The apex security group of Agbor kingdom, Agbor Gha-Ihun, has donated a patrol van to her sister security group in the area, Ihu-Iyase Vigilante group to encourage the group in community policing.
The patrol van was handed over to the group on Sunday, January 10, 2021 at Agbor Gha-Ihun head office in Ime-Obi, Agbor in the presence of the Area Commander of the Police Community Relation Committee (PCRC), Chief Darlington Igheghe, who in his words commended Monday Kiyem led administration of Agbor Gha-Ihun.
While presenting the patrol van, the Chairman of Agbor Gha-Ihun who doubled as Special Assistant to the Governor of Delta State, Comr. Monday Kiyem, said the gesture was a general agreement by his team having considered their working relationship which according to him, yielded results.
He noted that Ihu-Iyase vigilante group were responsive to security matters. Hence, the donation to encourage their quick response to duty.
He said, “We, the members of Agbor Gha-Ihun are very happy donating this patrol van to Ihu-Iyase Vigilante group not because we have too much patrol vehicles, but to encourage our working relationship.
“With this patrol van, we are sure of Ihu-Iyase being able to respond to security calls swiftly before our arrival, particularly at Oki Community which shares common boundary with Edo State.”
Speaking further, Comr. Kiyem urged the Vigilante groups to always work in synergy so as to collectively chase criminals out of Agbor and it’s environs.
Responding, the Chairman of Ihu-Iyase vigilante group, Mr. Francis Ofuoyebuozo, thanked Agbor Gha-Ihun for the gift.
He extolled the virtues of Comr. Kiyem and in the same vein assured of proper maintenance of the patrol van.
He said the patrol van will spur them to redouble their effort in community policing.
Comr. Monday Kiyem presenting his address
Comr. Monday Kiyem handing the vehicle document to Chairman, Ihu-Iyase vigilante group, Mr. Francis Ofuoyebuozo
members Ihu-Iyase vigilante group pose with the donated vehicle