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SEA PIRACY: POLICE, TRADITIONAL RULERS COMMENDS BAYELSA COUNCIL BOSS FOR SECURITY TOWER

Traditional Rulers and the authorities of the Bayelsa State Po­lice Command have com­mended the Chairman of the Brass Local Government Council, Hon. Bello Bina over the decision to embark on the construction of a twin security tower to tackle sea piracy.
The Police authorities through the State Commis­sioner, Asuquo Mba de­scribed the construction of the twin Security tower as commendable effort.

The State Chairman of Bayelsa State Traditional Rulers’ Coun­cil and the Amanayabo of Twon-Brass, King Alfred Diette -Spiff said though the Brass communities have developed zero tolerance to sea piracy and criminalities along the waterways, the construction of the security tower will speed security investigation into issues of sea piracy.

King Diette- Spiff said though the people of the Brass Local Government area are tired of the repeated embarrassment from incident of violent attacks and abductions, He explained that the people of the community want the embarrassment of sea piracy to stop so that investors can invest the community.

Commenting on the development, the State Police Commissioner, Asuquo Mba said the issue of construction of security towers will reduce criminality in the state.

According to him the cameras that will be installed will assist in data gathering and monitoring and will consolidate on out investigate.

The Chairman of Brass Local Government Coun­cils, Hon. Bello Bina while explaining the essence of the tower said the motivation behind the decision to build a twin security tower was the discovery that sea pirates operate along the waterways based on information.

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