Prince Weli-Wosu Is National Patron Of Board Of PCRC

At the investiture of National patrons / Honorary members and inauguration of board of Police Community Relations Committee (PCRC) at the police force headquarters, Abuja, the Chairman and Managing Director of WW. PRINCE SERVICES LTD, and Chairman of Rumuepirikom Community Development Committee, Chief Hon Prince Weli-Wosu, was among other prominent Nigerians inaugurated as members of board of patrons of Police Community Relations Committee (PCRC).

Chief Prince Weli-Wosu was inaugurated among other notable personalities for their contribution to community and National development.

This is in line with article 28(3) of PCRC constitution which provides for the establishment of a 17 member board comprising of a retired inspector general of police, the ministry of police affairs, the police service commission and members of the public who have made outstanding contributions to community and national development, peace and security.

The inauguration, the first in 36 years, is PCRC’s contribution at broadening and strengthening partnership for effective community policing practice in Nigeria.

The inauguration was performed by the Inspector General of police ,IGP Mohammed Abubakar Adamu, who was ably represented by the police commissioner, police community relations committee, CP Kola Okintola.

Among other prominent sons of Rivers State who were also inaugurated as members of the board are; Ven. Dr Fyneface Ndubuisi Akah, Chairman Rivers State Universal Basic Education Board, Dr Charles Wami ,CEO Charkins Maritime & Offshore Safety Training Ltd., Chief Mike Elechi, Chairman and CEO, Vintage Farm.

The Special Adviser on Special Projects to Rivers State Governor, Alabo Dax George-Kelly, was among other dignitaries who were inaugurated in absencia.

The Inspector General of police charged the national patrons and board of police community relations committee to strengthen the relationship between the police force and their respective communities.

He said that members of the board were carefully selected from across Nigeria based on their records in community and National development, peace and security, stressing that members of the board are people with unquestionable character in the social hence they were chosen as ambassadors of effective community policing practice in Nigeria.

Highpoint of the event was the decoration and presentation of award of honour to members of the board by the representative of the Inspector General of Police.

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