Bayelsa Pays Tribute to Retiring Police Commissioner
The Bayelsa State Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Daniel Iworiso-Markson has described the immediate past Commissioner of Police in the State, Mr. Austin Iwar as one of the best police officers to have served in the state.
Iworiso-Markson in a statement said Iwar was an unusual crime fighter, a professional police officer and strict disciplinarian who served diligently in various commands and formations throughout his remarkable career.
He noted that despite the brief stay of the retiring police boss in the state, he worked so hard to ensure that crime and criminality was drastically reduced.
While congratulating him on his successful service to the country, Iworiso-Markson said the government and people of Bayelsa will not forget his disposition to ensuring the safety of the state.
According to him, Iwar deserves to be honoured for his quintessential role in molding young police officers who see him as a role model and called on the Federal Government to consider him for higher responsibilities.
The Spokeman of the Bayelsa Government also wished the former police commissioner well in his future endeavour and prayed God to continue to direct him in the right path.