Nigeria Police Launches National Campaign Against Cultism
By Taiwo Adelu
London, August 12, 2019 (AltAfrica)-Determined to end all forms of cultism and other related criminal vices in the Nigeria, the Nigeria Police Force is to launch of a national campaign against rising cases of cultism across the country.
The campaign is tagged Police Campaign Against Cultism and Other Vices (POCACOV).
Alternativeafrica.com gathered at the weekend that POCACOV will be officially inaugurated in Enugu, a state in the eastern part of Nigeria on 29 August, 2019.
POCACOV is an initiative of the Inspector General of police IGP Mohammed Abubakar Adamu, who strongly believes that the only way to reduce or stop cultism in Nigeria is to educate and collaborate with the grassroots across the country.
The National Coordinator for the POCACOV is Superintendent of Police (SP) Ebere Amaraizu, while the Local Organizing Committee (LOC) of the flag off of POCACOV in Enugu is headed by Solomon Akpanufo.
Akpanufot is the State Intervention Lead of the Nigeria Policing Programme (NPP) in Enugu and he is coordinating with the Lead Consultant of POCACOV, Mr. Akinola Emmanuel who also is the Head of Global Concept Resources and one of the POCACOV partnering firm.