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A retired Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIG) has dropped a bombshell that many police officers seek occult powers to get on in the service.
A retired Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIG) has dropped a bombshell that many police officers seek occult powers to get on in the service. Warning that seeking occult powers for advancement and self protection could lead to self destruction, AIG Mike Okwo says the only armour that could protect anyone is Jesus Christ.
Speaking from experience, the born-again Okwo, who at a time was dining with the devil, says: “There were lots of things that I did. And when I look back today, I know I did them out of ignorance. I acquired charms and visited Babalawo to seek protection. And I always renewed the charms for super protection.
“They will ask me to bring goat, ram, tortoise and other things, just because they want to protect you. All these they keep demanding, because they know that you will be needing them, so they will keep tasking you. I don’t want to remember all those things again because it is all evil and I am seizing this opportunity to advise all police officers who are into it to come out immediately because it will not help them.”
Okwo, who retired as AIG Zone 4, Makurdi, served as Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of operations in Lagos and was in charge of the Operation Sweep outfit between 1997-1999, under Commissioner of Police, Abubakar Tsav and the Military Administrator, Colonel Buba Marwa.
He told Daily Sun: “I had the best of cooperation serving under them and we made a huge success of every operation. God really helped us. And Marwa gave us every professional assistance, so we were able to deal with armed robbers.”
Okwo gave his life to Christ on October 18, 1987, when he was a Divisional Police Officer in Aguata Local Government in the old Anambra State. He was attending the Full Gospel Businessmen Fellowship. Then he had served 15 years in the police, but those years were like hell compared to the next 17 years when he was at peace with God.
He said: “It was a good experience for me, after serving 15 years in the police, I did not have peace of mind. As at that time, I was a Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) and a CSP was not a small man in the force. I had status in the society, but I had no peace of mind until I gave my life to Christ. God had always helped me to maintain peace and order anywhere I was posted.
“I was successful for the remaining 17 years of my career because I was in Christ. Anywhere I served I always committed the area to God, because he is the Chief Security Officer.”
Grieving over the problems besetting the police, Okwo said God would decide when the Acting Inspector General of Police, Mr Sunday Ehindero would be confirmed. He bemoaned the cloud of darkness that was hovering over the Nigeria Police Force, since allegations of corruption were brought against his erstwhile boss, Alhaji Tafa Balogun, a development which he said had dented police image.
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