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    Friday, 22 April 2016

    Raymond/Xavier Mandate 2016 promises to support FG, police on anti-crime war

    The Raymond/Xavier Mandate 2016,  a campaign organization routing for various elective positions in the  up-coming elections of Crime Reporters Association of Nigeria (CRAN), has promised to support the federal government, the police and other security agencies in the fight against all forms of criminalities across the country. 

    Raymond Tedunjaye, the presidential aspirant of CRAN for the April 29, 2016 elections, made this promise during a strategic meeting of members of the organization held Thursday April 21, at the Lagos state council secretariat of the Nigeria Union of Journalists, (NUJ), in Alausa, Lagos, south-west Nigeria.

    Speaking during the meeting, Tedunjaye praised the Muhammed Buhari-led regime for the visible achievements recorded so far in the war against terrorism and other forms of criminalities in the country.
    He also commended the Nigeria Police Force, under Solomon Arase, as inspector-general of police, for the proactive and intelligence-led manner he is going about policing the country, whose estimated population is perked at 18million people, under the watchful eyes of about 370 serving police officers, nationwide.

    “The laudable achievements of the police at various commands and units nationwide are indications  that there is a light at the end of the tunnel, as far as issues of tackling insecurity of lives and properties are concerned”, the CRAN presidential aspirant said.

    He also commended the entire membership of CRAN for their supports to the out-going regime of Christopher Orji, whose tenure is expected to come to an end April 29, this year.

    His words: “If voted into power as president of this noble association, alongside members of my winning team, vying for various positions, our projects will tally with that of the government and the security agencies in partnering to checkmate insecurity, insurgency and other forms of criminalities”.
    “These projects, which are still being  fine- tuned by the presidential advisory committee of the Raymond/Xavier campaign organization will benefit Nigerians  in the areas of security of lives and properties and  the entire membership of our noble association”, he further disclosed.

    Emmanuel Udom
    Head, media & publicity
    Raymond/Xavier Mandate 2016  

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