By Joyce Eboji.
Apex Association Of Anioma Indigenes, AAAI (3AI) is a socio-cultural organization established to promote and protect the interest and welfare of the people of Anioma land.
The rising spate of crimes and insecurities bedeviling the entire nation has necessitated the need for a collective response to tackle insecurities. Pursuing one of its primary objectives of ensuring the security of lives and properties of Anioma people.
Apex Association Of Anioma Indigenes, AAAI in a proactive approach led by its President-General Apostle Patrick Nwanze in the company of three other members made a courtesy call to the Delta State Commissioner of Police, Muhammed Ali on a familiarization visit.
Speaking on behalf of the group, President General Apostle Patrick Nwanze, expressed the group’s willingness to synergize with the Command through the provision of enabling factors for regular interactions and relevant information sharing to enhance effective community policing of Delta North Senatorial District.
Adding that AAAI (3AI) as a pressure group agitating for good governance for its citizenry will leave no stone unturned in supporting all adequate measures to guarantee their security.
The group in a warm friendly gesture presented a stand as a welcome gift to CP Mohammed Ali assuring him of its maximum cooperation in his fight against criminalities.
Responding CP Ali thanked the Association for their visitation. Expressing his gratitude over the gift item, CP Ali climbed the stand to demonstrate its usage and value in the discharge of his duties, reiterating that it “came at a time it is needed”.
CP Ali further commended the group for taking up the responsibilities of promoting a crime-free society. He assured the group of his unflinching support and assistance to achieve their aims and objectives, particularly in the area of security.