The New Ondo state Chairperson of Police Officer’s Wives Association (POWA) Mrs Alice Jemila Asabi has promised to join hands with other associations in reaching out to the less privileged in the state.

Mrs Asabi gave the assurance at the police headquarters, Igbatoro Akure after her husband assumed duty in the state as the 43rd Commissioner of police.

She promised that her office would collaborate with the Nigeria Association of Women Journalists, NAWOJ, Ondo state chapter in promoting a gender friendly state.

“I will ensure I discharge my duties adequately to a reasonable extent by meeting the needs of the less privileged and widows in the state”

Mrs Asabi charged Ondo Residents to work with her husband at achieving a crime free state.

“With the help of God , their is nothing we cannot achieve. With the cooperation of the citizens of Ondo state I believe things will work out fine.

She enjoined wives of police officers in the state to work effectively with to make POWA more productive.

“I will ensure I reach out to the wives of officers and ensure we all work together to move the association forward with the help of God.

Welcoming the New Ondo POWA chairperson, chairperson NAWOJ, Ondo state, chapter, Comrade Tola Gbadamosi who described her husband’s deployment to Ondo state as home coming, said NAWOJ was ready to partner the Police Officers’ Wives Association.

Comrade Gbadamosi charged her to key into many programmes of NAWOJ aimed at protecting the interests of women and girls in the society.

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