I'll Continue To Support The Police - Olukoya

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"My father was a policeman and I lived in the barracks, Olukoya said.

The General Overseer of Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries worldwide, Dr. Daniel Olukoya, has reiterated that God remains the greatest security of human beings, no matter what mechanisms and means people put in place to secure themselves and the society.

Olukoya, who spoke recently at the inauguration of the Police Community Relations Committee (PCRC), Prayer City Unit, promised to continue to support the Nigeria Police and other security agencies in whatever capacity is required of him.

“I have no option but to support the police. My father was a policeman and I lived in the barracks.”

Olukoya, who was, with his wife, Pastor Folashade Olukoya, were decorated with the award of Grand Patron of the MFM Prayer City Unit of PCRC.

The National Vice Chairman, South-West of PCRC, Alhaji Ibrahim Aramide Olaniyan, recalled how Dr. Olukoya was awarded the South-West Patron of PCRC years ago; adding that with his cordial relationship with the police, which he also traced to his background as a son of a policeman, he said the G.O and Mummy G.O should expect more awards in the near future.

In his inauguration speech earlier, the Ogun State Chairman of the PCPC, Venerable Samson Kunle Popoola, acknowledged the immense contributions of the General Overseer and the MFM leadership for always supporting the police and other security agencies, stressing, “we will continue to thank you, even as you are an integral part of the police family.

“While the pulpit will ever remain a potent tool for character moulding and social engineering, the pulpit could also be used for reorientation and rehabilitation of criminally minded individuals in the society,”Popoola asserted.

He charged that it is his “desire for the unit to be on the frontline of fights against crimes in its catchment area, as well as a willing shoulder for the police personnel and formation to lean on, in times of need, as it is an undeniable fact that our police are undermanned, underpaid and under motivated for so many parochial and selfish reasons.”

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