The Bayelsa State Police Command has been commended by the Supreme Council for Non-Indigenes in the State over the rescuing of Mrs Roselyn Okokingho, who was kidnapped in Brass Local Government Area.
Okokingho who is a nursing mother, who was freed on Tuesday, had spent two weeks in captivity.
The group said the Police Command in Bayelsa was responsive and showed commitment in fighting crime in recent times, resulting in a quick resolution of crime issues in the state.
The Public Relations Officer of the Council, Mr Bethel Nwankwo, said in a statement that members of the union were happy over the safe return of Okokigho to her family.
It noted that the command had continued to handle security issues with a professional touch, since the assumption of Police Commissioner, Asuquo Amba, in the state.
The body also commended the state government for investing greatly in security architecture, which it said, had positively impacted on crime fighting in the state.
Source:( PM News )
via: INFORMATION NIGERIA