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Deputy LNP Chief Mulbah Consoles PUL

Deputy Police Director for Crime Service Department (CSD), Criminal Investigation Department (CID) and Interpol affairs, Prince B. Mulbah has consoled the Press Union of Liberia (PUL) over the sad home going of its former President Kamara A. Kamara.

LNP Deputy Boss, Prince Mulbah

The Deputy LNP chief for CSD, CID and Interpol affairs says journalists in any nation are the mirror for society for which they strive daily to report issues that tend to shape destiny of countries and its peoples, unearth corruption and other ills in society and as such, they are seem to be unifier of the people.

Meanwhile, Deputy Director Mulbah has assured members of the LNP and Liberians public that he will continue to exhibit professionalism in the discharge of his duty.

According to him, he has come to the position with the mind set of working in the interest of the Liberian people.

He expressed his fullest readiness to continue working with his bosses in protecting lives and proprieties throughout the length and breadth of the country.

At the same time, the deputy LNP boss has assured his fullest support to President Weah’s administration and again hailed the President for his preferment to work in his government.

Elaborating further, he pointed out that during his tenure as Deputy Director of police for operations he left legacy which today the officers are benefiting from.

The deputy LNP boss for CSD, CID and Interpol affairs however underscored the need for more budgetary support for the departments, nothing that they are vital to the operation of the police.

He emphasized that the CSD is a very important component of the institution, adding that the government of Liberia under the good leadership of President Weah and other goodwill organizations in the country must pay attention to that department within the LNP.

According to him, if the department was well focused, government will have no business to go other countries to conduct forensic test.

He reaffirmed his commitment of paying that courtesy to his bosses as he has been to others for the past years.

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