Former Delta PPRO honoured in Ejigbo
By Thomas Abirhire
The Executive and legislative arms of the Ejigbo local council Development Area, through a unanimous decision, have honoured the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) of the popular Ejigbo Division, Chief Superintendent of police CSP. Olabisi Okuwobi,who had served in both Delta and Oyo commands as Police Public Relations Officers with a distinctively? outstanding performance Award, for her superb professional attributes as the Paramount police officer of the area.
The award which attracted other benefits to the police station, such as the offer by the head of the legislative arm of the LCDA, Mr. Olanrewaju Akinbowale to always fuel the operational vehicle of the station for the duration of the DPO’S tenure, was meant to spur men and officers for excellence in their respective service, especially as it was meant to boost the morale of the DPO who has changed the face of policing in that area.
CSP Okuwobi who was visibly elated at the presentation ceremony stressed that the honor is not just an additional feather to her cap, but also a call for greater productivity, emphasizing that the Council Leadership and indeed the people of ejigbo, have made her believe that Community policing “is here to stay”.
The leader of the house, on behalf of the council, described CPS Okuwobi as a woman who works in same capacity as a man would in the field of providing security for the people of Ejigbo , urging her to continue to excel beyond expectations.
He made mention of two occasions that he made distress calls to the DPO at night, “she picked up the calls, and the response from the men to be scene in the locality was encouraging from the patrol team”. He also rated the division very high in term of performance.