Owerri bank robbery: Nigeria police finally immortalizes gallant officers, Iboko, Agbo

A new office complex in Ikeja, Lagos, of the Police Mobile Force Headquarters Squadron 20, otherwise known as MOPOL 20, has been named after two Gallant Mobile Police Officers, Chukwudi Iboko, and Sunday Agbo, who lost their lives during a robbery attack in Owerri earlier in the year.

The Inspector-General of Police IGP, Ibrahim Idris during the occasion of the commissioning of the building, said the officers who died while repelling a robbery attack in one of the Zenith Bank branch in Owerri Imo state, were immortalized as a result of their selfless service.

According to him, the move was to inspire other officers to put more effort at the discharge of their various duties.

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IGP Idris said that the officers were honored because they were patriotic to the discharge of their duties.

He said, “The officers have shown serious Commitment in delivering their gallant duty while they are on duty and the Nigeria Police force will never forget them.”

The police boss said that the Mega Office Complex has been erected to enhance the smooth discharge of officers’ duty to gallantly combat crime to the barest minimum.

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