Governor Willie Obiano has received the new Commissioner of Police in Anambra State Mr Tony Olotu.
The new Commissioner of Police takes over from Mr Chris Owolabi.
Speaking shortly after a closed door meeting with Governor Obiano, the new Commissioner of Police Mr Olotu assured Ndi Anambra of increased police visibility in the state as a way of nipping insecurity in the bud.
While assuring of giving priority to the rights of Ndi Anambra, Mr Olotu said that the police will work with clear understanding of its mandate by the Inspector General of Police, emphasizing that they will be accessible to members of the public, enhance their intelligence assets and ensure active collaboration with genuine stakeholders.
The new Commissioner of Police Mr Olotu who succeeds Mr Chris Owolabi, was born in 1963 and is from Benue State.
Mr Olotu, has served as Commissioner of Police in charge of Counter Terrorism Unit, Commissioner of Police in charge of Operations and Intelligence National Centre For the Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons at the Office of the National Security Adviser, Abuja.
Mr Olotu who has attended series of professional and staff courses is married with children.