Ahead of the celebration of the festive season (Christmas) the Inspector General of the Liberia National Police, Patrick Toe Sudue is expected to pay a three-day visit to Margibi County.
The three days visit according to the Chief Superintendent of Police in the County Sylvester Hina is meant for the Inspector General to solicit the views of citizens of Margibi on security issues.
Mr. Hina narrated that Inspector Sudue as part of his visit will participate in a community policing awareness in Kakata and other parts of the County adding that Community policing is one of the Inspector ‘s strong arms and he takes it very seriously.
He revealed that the Police Boss will arrive in the County on November 23, 2018 and host series of town hall meetings with stakeholders and citizens of the County.
The Police Commander stated that on the day of his arrival, Mr. Sudue will meet with Stakeholders of the County at 10:0’clock a.m., meet with Joint Security at 11:0’clock a.m. and conduct a Town Hall meeting with Margibians in Kakata at 2:0’ clock p.m.
Commander Hina averred that on day two of Inspector’s visit which is on November 24, 2018, he will host a town hall meeting in Weala with citizens of the area and on day three, November 25, 2018 he will meet with Margibians at the Cotton Tree Hall in Lower Margibi County.
Mr. Hina added that during the town hall meetings, the Inspector General will be given the opportunity to interact with the audience thereby urging Margibians to turn out in their numbers to speak their minds to the Police Boss on grounds that he wants to hear them.
“He has visited other Counties and now it is the term of Margibi County” he expressed.
He explained that the visit of the IG to Margibi will boost the relationship between the Community Watch Forum (CWF) and the Police because in time past members of CWF have been complaining.
Mr. Hina further noted that the Margibi detachment of the Liberia National Police will put forth to the IG those challenges it is faced with. He meanwhile called on Margibians to participate in the various meetings to make their case.