Anambra State Police Command says it is evolving new strategies to curb insecurity in the state.
The command was reacting to an order by the Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB), in which the group said it is observing Sit-at-home in the South East, from November 4 to 10, a move that will definitely affect the November 6 date for the forthcoming governorship election in Anambra.
The command’s spokesperson, DSP Toochukwu Ikenga said the command is winning the war against insecurity, and would remain firm.
“The Anambra State Police command is winning and we are firm. Everyday we (are) evolving new strategies to tackle security challenges as they emerge. Our deployment has taken care of before, during and after election period.
“We have undertaken a critical threat analysis and embark on painstaking intelligence gathering through strategic deployment of our intelligence assets, robust synergy with sister security agencies, organized vigilante groups and other stakeholders.”
Ikenga said the men of the command have been bold in confronting all security challenges and threats and indeed have recorded several successes.