By Richard Thomas Ibadan
The Chairman, Police Community Relations Committee (PCRC), Oyo State, Reverend (Prince) Peter Omofoye has described the outgoing commissioner of police in the state, CP Shina Olukolu (psc+) as a gallant officer who has made an indelible impact in the police profession.
Reverend Omofoye made the point at a sent forth party organised by the PCRC members in the state to honour the police commissioner who was redeployed to FCID, Lagos after serving the state meritoriously and with a high sense of commitment.
According to him, “CP Olukolu is a gallant police officer with impeccable and intimidating records. That’s the reason we are honouring and celebrating him.
“His reign in the state changed so many things, and as well fast-tracked positive developments. In fact, CP Olukolu gave the state PCRC the best hall in Nigeria.”
Also speaking, the PCRC South-West Chairman, Mogaji Olaniyan Ibrahim encouraged CP Olukolu to continue to do his work with fear of God, adding that the good work he has been doing has earned him a good name.
Mogaji Ibrahim who described the outgoing CP as a blessing to Oyo State and the police organisation, urged the new CP to complement the laydown pattern of Olukolu.
In his remark, CP Joe Enwonwu who was represented by the Deputy Commissioner of Police, (DCP) Attahiru Isah in charge of Administration congratulated CP Olukolu for his strides in the state, just as he prayed God to grant him more success in his future endeavours.
Also in his remark, CP Olukolu thanked the PCRC members for the gesture, describing it as very encouraging.
“I give glory to God Almighty and I thank the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Mohammed Adamu for giving us this platform to showcase our ability and what we know how to do.
The highlight of the programme was the presentation of gift items and Certificate of Recognition to CP Olukolu.