DEPUTY Superintendent of Police (DSP), Dunukofia Division, Ukpo, John Nworie has said that police would always give their support to curb criminality.
Nworie who represented the DPO of the Division during the APSON visit to its zone in Ifitedunu Civic Centre, Dunukofia, stated that it is a proactive measure to curb certain criminality or things that could rib lives.
He lamented on how people pirate most products particularly consumable ones thus endangering people’s lives.
The DSP expressed gratitude towards APSON’s efforts to reach out to the grassroot, involving all in the campaign against fake and counterfeiting. “It is a good step to fight criminality out of the society”.
He also draw the attention of most parents over what they give their children to eat, stressing that they need to be enlightened and sensitised to avoid falling victim in the menace at all times.
He therefore advised APSON to strengthen up by explaining and sensitizing even the police on how to achieve positive result.
Responding, the Director-General of Anti-Piracy Society of Nigeria (APSON), Frank Uduonu explained that the state police command where in support of their move to ensure that their mission and vision reach to the targeted audience.
He called on its members to work as a team for collective effort so as to perform better saying that by a collective responsibility APSON would survive.
Uduonu further reaffirmed that they would be regularly organising sensitisation programme to educate and enlightening people on what they need to know about piracy and counterfeiting of various products. “APSON need people with highly intellectual mentality to work with as well as those that could create value to the society.
He challenged the zone to be dedicated, diligent, persevere and maintain originality in all they do as it is what they are known for.