The Police Force Public Relations Officer, Prince Olumuyiwa Adejobi, has advised Nigerians to primarily engage with their state Police Public Relations Officers (PPROs) and only contact him if their representatives fail to address their concerns.
In a statement released on his official social media account, Adejobi shared the contact details of all 36 states’ PPROs and emphasized the importance of reaching out to them first.
Adejobi acknowledged that he receives numerous calls and messages daily, making it impossible for him to attend to every individual request.
He urged Nigerians to take note of the provided numbers, as they could potentially save lives or help others in need. He also emphasized the need for citizens to engage with their state PPROs in all cases, highlighting that contacting him should be a last resort.
Following the release of this information, Nigerians have taken to the comment section of Adejobi’s post to express their thoughts and opinions on the matter.
As Nigerians continue to grapple with security challenges and seek assistance from law enforcement agencies, Adejobi’s advice to engage with state PPROs aims to streamline communication channels and ensure that citizens receive prompt and efficient assistance.
The statement has sparked discussions among citizens about the effectiveness of engaging with state PPROs and the role of the Police Force in addressing public concerns.
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A tweep alleged that the Ogun State PRO takes sides after.
Breakdfknrule tweeted, “Ogun state pro no dey ever pick the call and if she later picks na Wetin the officer talk she go believe.”
One Great_Khan wrote, “Lol. I have called the Abia state PRO twice, first not going, second, didn’t pick only to get a flash the next day.”
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