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Col.Sudu-Gov’t does not see the press as enemy

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Police Inspector General Col.Patrick Sudu
Police Inspector General Col.Patrick Sudu

MONROVIA, LIBERIA-Police Inspector General Patrick Sudu says the Liberian Government does not see the press as an enemy, but rather recognizes the press as a partner in moving the country forward.

Inspector General Sudu said:” Government is committed to working along with the media community in the country to promote peace and national development.”

Colonel Sudu called on the media to also continue its watch dog role in society without feeling being targeted by government.

The Police Inspector General also called on the public to assist the police in bringing to book those behind the death of journalist Tyron Brown of Super FM.

Colonel Sudu said government is determined to bring journalist Brown’s killers to justice.

Addressing the MICAT briefing Thursday, April 19, 2018, he said the Liberia National Police is also committed to providing the needed security for country.

Meanwhile, the LNP says no stone will be left unturned in dealing with what appears to be an increasing wave of criminality in Monrovia and parts adjacent.

Colonel Sudu said the LNP will work along with the public in ensuring that the country’s peace and security is not threatened.

He said Liberians are not prepared to live in the midst of insecurity, and warned those trying to instill fear in the citizens to stop.

Colonel Sudu also appealed to the public to help the police in doing its work.

He said the LNP may not succeed in its operations in the absence of cooperation from the public.

At the same time, Colonel Sudu warned LNP officers against unprofessional conduct.


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