Enugu’s Distress Rapid Squad


Governor Peter Ndubuisi Mbah Launches Distress Rapid Squad to Safeguard Enugu State’s Prosperity

In a recent move to bolster the security apparatus of Enugu State, Governor Peter Ndubuisi Mbah has unveiled the Distress Rapid Squad (DRS), a new police team tasked with swiftly responding to security concerns. By replacing the dormant Police Urban Patrol Enugu, the governor aims to prioritize the well-being of Enugu citizens and foster rapid economic growth, recognizing the indispensable role of security in achieving these objectives.
Governor Mbah’s administration has taken proactive measures to ensure the safety of Enugu State residents. Recognizing the need for an active force capable of patrolling every corner of the state to apprehend dangerous criminals and curb their activities, the governor established the Distress Rapid Squad. This decision reflects his firm stance against any form of criminal activity within Enugu.

Taking to social media, Governor Mbah shared the news through a tweet, stating, “I have set up a new team of the police branded Distress Rapid Squad (DRS), to replace the comatose Police Urban Patrol. They will patrol the streets of Enugu with a view to rapidly respond to security issues in our state.” This tweet highlights the governor’s commitment to ensuring the security of lives, properties, and the overall well-being of Enugu citizens. By securing the state, Governor Mbah aims to create an environment conducive to exponential economic growth

Governor Peter Ndubuisi Mbah’s launch of the Distress Rapid Squad marks a significant step towards improving the security situation in Enugu State. This proactive measure seeks to replace the inactive Police Urban Patrol Enugu and establish an active force capable of swiftly addressing security concerns. By prioritizing the safety and well-being of Enugu citizens, Governor Mbah aims to foster a secure environment that will facilitate the state’s rapid economic growth.

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