Diligent service will always attract promotion and recognition, especially when one is up and doing efficiently at his or her duty post.
This was amply reflected in the persona of super cop, Disu Olatunji, an erstwhile ACP, the commander of Lagos State Rapid Respond Squad, as he just moved a notch up higher via promotion as Deputy Commissioner of Police, DCP a very senior position in the Nigerian Police hierarchy. Newly-promoted DCP Olatunji Disu has since been decorated with the new rank at an auspicious event witnessed by the Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, Lagos Police Commissioner, Muazu Zubairu and other top flight police personnel, just as the super cop Disu, after being decorated, pledged that his new elevation will further spur him to more diligent and efficient service to the force with a re-commitment that insecurity in the state will be appreciably brought to the barest minimum without fear or favour. Before Disu’s recent promotion as DCP, he was Assistant Commissioner of Police, Criminal Investigation Department, Rivers State and later Commander Rapid Response Squad (RRS) in 2015. He was also OC–SARS in Rivers, Oyo and Ondo states at various times. He has also served in many states in different capacities and randomly participated in many international peace missions. Since his appointment as Lagos RRS Commander, the amiable super cop and workaholic has been proving herb mettle in a capacity as a commander, carrying the people of the state along perfectly in his onerous duty by giving out valuable information on the goings-on and operations of the Lagos State Police Command under the equally resourceful commissionership of the then CP Fatai Owoseni. As a result, the insecurity menace in the state has drastically waned through DCP Disu’s updating of the public on and actions taken by the police on security and police matters. DCP Disu is happily married with lovely children and her career as a police officer with extreme meticulousness, efficiency and diligence is obviously on the upsiding in the Nigeria Police Force.