DIG Okoye Visits Obiano, Reassures Anambra Residents of Adequate Security During Yuletide

By Sunny A. Ijomah

Ndi Anambra has been assured of adequate security during this yuletide.

The assurance was given during a courtesy call on Governor Willie Obiano by Deputy Inspector General of Police, Mr. Celestine Okoye at the Governor’s Lodge, Amawbia.
Mr. Okoye who is the DIG in charge of ICT said he decided to first call on the Governor as the Governor of his State, before proceeding to other States.

DIG Okoye who commended Governor Obiano’s efforts in security of lives and property of ndi Anambra, said that he had a robust discussion with the Governor on how to compliment his efforts in the State, adding that something new will come into the State through his office soon.

Responding, Governor Obiano while welcoming the DIG, explained that he is heading one of the very important areas his administration has vested interest, assuring that ndi Anambra will sleep with their two eyes closed this yuletide.

The State Commissioner of police, CP John Abang who restated his commitment to supporting the Governor, said that the high tech surveillance equipments procured by the present administration had all been deployed, stressing that Anambra is the only State in Africa where such equipments are used.

Meanwhile, the Transition Committee Chairman of Aguata Local Government Area, Mr. Eche Ezebeh has congratulated Governor Willie Obiano on the various awards he received from various quarters and for distribution of democracy dividends to the people of the State.

He made this statement in an interview with our correspondent in his office at Ekwulobia.

According to him, Governor Obiano in his magnanimity, has demonstrated pure governance in all sections of the economy and proved his critics wrong.

Mr. Ezebeh appealed to the Governor to continue with his developmental strides in Anambra State.

He thanked the people of Aguata for the support given to him and the government of Governor Willie Obiano.

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