By Sunny A Ijomah
The new Anambra State Commandant of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps ( NSCDC), Mr. Vincent Ogu an indigene of Imo State, has on Tuesday officially assumed duty as the twelveth (12 ) substantive State Commandant of NSCDC Anambra State after taking over from his predecessor Commandant David Bille who was recently redeployed.
In his remarks at the handing over ceremony, the out gone State Commandant, Mr. David Bille wished the new Commandant good health, God’s guidance and wisdom in the discharge of his duties.
He also called for support from Officers and Men of the Command and members of the public.
Mr. Bille appreciated Anambra State Government and other Service Commanders in the State for their support throughout his Stay in the State.
The new State Commandant, Mr. Vincent Ogu in his introductory speech, reiterated his readiness to work in accordance with the vision and mission of the Commandant-General of NSCDC, Mr. Ahmed Abubakar Audi and promised to rekindle the people’s confidence in NSCDC to reposition the Command for efficiency and productivity with special attention on human capacity building.
He pledged to sustain the improvements and achievements made by his predecessor with his vast exposure and experience which he expects will be brought to bear in running the affairs of the Command.
Commandant Ogu therefore seek the cooperation, collaboration and partnership from Ndi Anambra and residents alike by giving useful and timely information to the Command to rid the State of all forms of crimes and criminalities so as to create an enhanced economic environment for the State.
The new State Commandant has an impeccable track records in crime fighting, and has served in different capacities in various state Command amongst which are FCT, Benue, Jigawa, Imo, Rivers, Katstina, Enugu and Bayelsa, in his last posting he served as State Commandant NSCDC Abia State Command.
Highlights of the event was the signing of the hand over and take over notes, and presentation of symbol of authority.