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You Came, You Saw, You Conquered; Congratulations ASP David Ajousi

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Today, I join the heavenly immortals and thousands of mortal beings to say congratulations to you on your passing out of the Nigeria Police Academy, Kano, and your consequent commissioning into the Nigeria Police Force as an Assistant Supritendent of Police (ASP) on December 19, 2019. This is indeed a fruit of determination, perseverance and hardwork.

ASP David Iyenkenimi Ajousi being commissioned into the NigeriaPolice Force on today December 19, 2019

I can vividly remember back then in the village when, anytime I was around and I would discuss with you as a younger brother the need to proceed in your academics by probably grabbing the available inasmuch as the preferred was apparently unavailable (settling for any institution, course), but your reply was succinct: ‘bros, law ke emu kin be mene ye University yo’ : Meaning: Bros, I want to go and study law in the university. My discussion with you was not ones, twice but the same unshaken and unchanging reply you gave in different occasions and locations of the discourse. Then it done on me that you were hell-bent, determined in achieving your goal.

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Today, you did not just achieve your set goal, you achieved it in a unique and unusual way being a graduate of law from the foremost and prestigious Police Academy, Kano. Many you started with but could not scale through to this final stage. Some were snatched away by the code hands of death; some couldn’t cope with the academics demand hence were advised to withdraw; some couldn’t cope with the practical drilling, early morning and evening parade and shouting, so they probably quietly withdraw, but here you are celebrating and being celebrated. My brother you don’t need to tell me or remind me that the way to this your present position was rough, it is what I know. In fact, rough is an understatement. If there is any word worst than rough, I would have prefer using it. I don’t just want to remember or remind you of such; it is time and season of celebration, that is the garment I’ve put on.

ASP David Iyenkenimi Ajousi, being commissioned into the Nigeria Police Force on December 19, 2019

David Iyenkenimi Ajousi, if I, after missing your glorious and colourful passing out and commissing into the Nigeria Police Force due to my tight schedule, fail to do this inorder to celebrate you before the whole universe, I will be ever indebted to you and be most ingrate to the Almighty God for seeing a brother through the hurdles of six years. This is why despite my tight schedule of brain racking (writing and reading), I have to spare time for this.

ASP David Iyenkenimi Ajousi, being commissioned into the Nigeria Police Force on December 19, 2019

This your starting point is remarkable. This is level your father, Opinkeme Ajousi was before we lost him to the code hand of death in 1996. I was in the village and I remember how his corpse was celebrated by the Nigeria Police Force. He was such an outstanding and gallant officer! He was celebrated in death but here you are being celebrated alive. I am celebrating you as a living being, you will not die at unripe age Dav, as I rightly call you.

ASP David Iyenkenimi Ajousi, being commissioned into the Nigeria Police Force on December 19, 2019

Any ugly hand or hands that may want to rise against you either as a result of this new feat or whatsoever, are consigned to condemnation! Any tongue that may wants to pronounce evil or any incarnation is condemned! Monitoring spirit either from your father’s or mother’s side, I rebuke and cast into the bottomless pit! The unexplainable joy I have is that, you are in Christ; you know Christ so no cause for alarm.

ASP David Iyenkenimi Ajousi, being commissioned into the Nigeria Police Force on December 19, 2019

When it is time for your promotion no man born of woman will stop you. Your promotion shall not be delayed. You will get to the apex of your career as soon as possible. No one will deny you what rightly belongs to you.

David, I am proud of you; we are proud of you. Furupagha otu are proud of you! Ekeremor otu are rejoicing over you! Bayelsa otu are proud of you. The entire Ijaw nation is proud of you and appreciating God on your behalf! I have the belief that as we are rejoicing because of you, even in heaven there is joy.

Please permit me to halt my pen here and attend to other articles craving for my attention.

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Congratulations ASP, David Iyenkenimi Ajousi

Once again, congratulations as you pass out from the Nigeria Police academy, Kano and being commissioned into the Force as ASP.

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Abducted Ondo Monarch Regains Freedom

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The monarch of Oso Ajowa Akoko in in Akoko North-West Local Government Area of Ondo State, Oba Clement Jimoh, who was kidnapped, has regained freedom.

The traditional ruler, who was abducted in his palace, was set free by the bandits after he had spent seven days in their den.

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According to a family source, the monarch was freed on Wednesday evening and he had been taken to the hospital where he was receiving treatment.

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Kabiyesi regained freedom yesterday (Wednesday) evening but he has been taken to the hospital for treatment,” the source stated.

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Withdrawal Limits: Senate Raises Concerns, To Debate New CBN

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A file photo of the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, during plenary at the upper chamber of the National Assembly in Abuja.

A file photo of the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, during plenary at the upper chamber of the National Assembly in Abuja.

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The Senate has raised concerns about the latest Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) policy on cash withdrawals.

Senate Minority Leader Phillip Aduda in a point of order during plenary on Wednesday called the attention of his colleagues to the new policy and demanded for caution as it will affect many Nigerians, especially small business owners.

In his response, Senate President Ahmad Lawan cautions the CBN not to approach the policy by jumping into it at once as many Nigerians will be affected.

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He further noted that there is a need to engage the CBN in discussions to get more details of the policy and he directs the committee on banking to discuss this matter during the screening of the CBN Deputy Governors expected to hold before next week.

The Senate has set next Tuesday to debate the new CBN policy.

Under the new withdrawal policy, the CBN restricted the maximum cash withdrawal over the counter (OTC) by individuals and corporate organisations per week to N100,000 and N500,000 respectively.

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The CBN stated, however, that withdrawals above the thresholds would attract processing fees of 5 per cent and 10 per cent respectively for individuals and corporate entities going forward.

In addition, third-party cheques above N50,000 shall not be eligible for OTC payment while extant limits of N10 million on clearing cheques still remain.

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The new withdrawal regime further pegged the maximum cash withdrawal per week via Automated teller Machine (ATM) at N100,000 subject to a maximum of N20,000 cash withdrawal per day.

 

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IGP Launches Portal To Report Stolen Vehicles

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As precautionary measures to tackle vehicle theft, the Inspector General of Police, Usman Alkali Baba, has launched a platform for Nigerians to report cases of stolen vehicles.

Force Public Relations Officer, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, who disclosed this in a statement on Wednesday, said the digitalized platform – Central Motor Registry (CMR) – successfully completed and commissioned by the IGP is situated at the Force Headquarters in Abuja.

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He said the platform launch followed the “IGP’s quest to ensure a digital environment for policing the country for robust and more proactive measures in crime prevention, investigation, and prosecution.”

“The newly digitalized Central Motor Registry Command Centre will make it possible for members of the public to report vehicles stolen from as far back as 1st January, 2018, and yet-to-be-recovered to input the vehicle details on the online platform to serve as a reliable data point for the possible recovery of the vehicle,” he stated.

“The platform will also process motor vehicle information to support police operations and efforts toward enhancing national security.”

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With the CMR having two Command Centres in Abuja and Lagos, Adejobi said 37 Information Centres are located across the Country and in the Federal Capital Territory, with 200 e-Enforcement Operational Patrol Vehicles with automatic number plate recognition on each vehicle as part of the first batch.

He also asked Nigerians and other residents in the country to take advantage of the platform at https://reportcmr.npf.gov.ng to upload their vehicle information on the website with effect from today 7th December, 2022, as a security step for preventing it from being stolen and re-registered.

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