Police Boss Vows To Prioritize Safety
By Anthony Selmah
The Inspector General (IG) of the Liberia National Police (LNP), Patrick Sudue has vowed to prioritize the safety of Liberians in the discharge of his professional duty.
Speaking at the regular ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs & Tourism (MICAT) Thursday press conference at the Ministry’s conference Room on Capitol Hill in Monrovia, the Police boss added that providing safety for the Liberian people is vital under his administration.According to him, he was appointed by President George Manneh Weah as inspector general of police of the Republic of Liberia to protect lives and prosperities throughout the length and breadth of the country.
The head of the LNP further noted that every Liberian citizen deserves the right to live in a peaceful society, like any other citizen in other parts of the world.
The Police IG expressed the readiness of he and his team to continue working in the best interest of the Liberian people.
The LNP chief asserted that fighting crime rates in the country remains very vital under his administration, adding that the restrictions on motor bikes moving on the various streets of Monrovia has not been lifted on them.
According to him, enforcing the restrictions is still being fully adhered to by members of the LNP.
The LNP boss emphasized that they are still committed to implementing the restrictions put on motor bikes by the past administration.
Inspector General Sudue however stated that the issue of officers going to night clubs with arms on their side would not be allow under his administration, as under his leadership the police will continue to exhibit a high level of professionalism.
He also assured Liberians of his leadership’s willingness to work with the communities in helping to fight crime in the country, noting that the communities have vital role to play in helping the police to fight crime in the country.