Doctors Extract 26 Fibroids in Police Hospital Awka
Recall that few months ago,following it’s upgrade, the Nigeria Police Medical Facilities in Anambra, Police Hospital Awka in particular successfully performed it’s first major surgical operations where it extracted 26 fibroids from a female patient.
Since then the hospital continue to expand its horizons by unveiling Eye clinic and Dental department which provides twenty four hours services for both in and out patients.
Consequently, the hospital has now become a reference centre for victims of accident and Emergencies as well as hospital of choice for other Sister agencies in the State.
This was disclosed by the Command medical officer CSP Dr Emelike Chinenyenwa MBBS , Community health Physician and forensic expert Nigeria Police during a maiden meeting of law Enforcement Medical officials in Anambra State in order to foster cooperation, synergy and enhance level of preparedness for Emergency situations and disasters management such as fire outbreaks and epidemics.
Participants at the meeting includes medical officials of the Nigeria Correctional Services,Federal Road Safety Corps, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NDLEA,
Fire Services,DSS,Anambra Vigilante Service and State Emergency management Agency (SEMA) Anambra State.
The forum was initiated and hosted by the Anambra State Police Command under the watch of the Commissioner of Police CP John B.Abang,fdc.
Meanwhile the Commissioner of Police CP John B.Abang has received in audience the Anambra State Justice Sector Reform team led by the Chairman Hon.Justice Peter C.Obiorah .
Aim of the visit was to brief the Commissioner of Police about the roles and activities of the Reform Team and to get a Commitment of support from the Police being the primary stakeholder in the Administration of justice where complaints about criminal conduct are first lodged.
The Team which is being sponsored by the British Council under the auspices of its justice for all (J4A) Programme,which has now been replaced with the Rule of law and Anti-Corruption (ROLAC)programme of EU-British Council also craved the indulgence of the Commissioner of Police to enable them provide advocacy lectures to Senior Police Officers from Assistant Commissioners of Police, Divisional Police Officers and Divisional Crime Officers on basic provisions of the Anambra State Administration of Criminal Justice law, 2010 as it relates to the roles of the Police, Rape and Sexual Assault, Violation of Human Rights and Violence against Persons Prohibition law 2017.
Responding, the Commissioner of Police CP John B.Abang,fdc thanked the team for the visit and expressed his happiness especially in the Area of training Police officers on the Anambra State Administration of Criminal Justice law,2010 as it relates to the roles of Police.
The CP also assured that the Command under his watch will continue to partner with the Team in order to enable it realise it’s vision of creating a more capable, accountable, responsive and integrated justice Sector that is fair, equitable and accessible in order to engender Public confidence.
Finally, a vote of thanks was said by the State Coordinator Rule of law and Anti Corruption Programme (ROLAC)Mrs Josephine Onah.
SP Haruna Mohammed
PPRO Anambra State Police Command,
For-Commissioner of Police Anambra State Command.