Rivers State Government says she will continue to partner security agencies in the state in the combined effort to rid the state of cultists and criminals.
In a statement issued today in Port Harcourt in response to the death of Don Wani, the State Commissioner for Information and Communications Barr. Emma Okah said the success recorded in the operations that ended Don Wani and his men is a victory for the law abiding people in the state. It underscores the desirability of honest partnership and synergy between the government and security agencies as well as the public in tackling security problems in the state.
“This victory gladdens our heart and we remain more committed in the fight against crimes and will continue to support the police and all security agencies in the onerous task of securing our dear Rivers State and her people”, Mr Okah said, noting that no cost will be spared to make our people sleep with two eyes closed.
We thank President Mohammadu Buhari for not playing politics with the Omoku massacre but gave a matching order which galvanised the efforts of the 6 Div of Nigeria Army, the DSS, police and everybody or agency who played a role to avenge the death of the innocent people killed in Omoku on 1st January, 2018.
The success of our collective effort has shown that there is no hiding place for the wicked.
Hon Commissioner for Information and Communications