Operation Total Freedom: Acting IGP Deploys 300 MOPOLs In Kogi

PIC.4.2016-POLICE-WEEKThe Acting Inspector General of Police, IGP Ibrahim Idris, has approved the deployment of over 300 special mobile forces to Kogi State to be part of the newly launched “Operation Total Freedom”.

Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Police in charge of Operations, Mr. Habila Joshak, disclosed this in Lokoja, the state capital while addressing officers and men that would be taking part in the special operation aimed at tacking kidnapping, armed robbery and other crimes.

Joshak, who addressed the personnel on behalf of Mr. Idris, expressed the determination of the police in collaborating with other security agencies to ensure that no part of the country is left under the control of criminal elements.

The DIG noted that the Kogi State Police Command equally provided additional 350 policemen that will work alongside the special mobile forces and other personnel drawn from the military and vigilante groups that will be taking part in the special security operation.