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Era of neglecting police jobs gone in Anambra – Ibezim



By Blessing Nnabuife

THE era of neglecting vacancies for police job across all cadres is gone in Anambra State.

  Deputy Governor of Anambra State, Dr. Onyekachukwu Ibezim, stated this while receiving to his office in Government House, Awka a delegation of Police Service Commission (PSC), led by Head of Press and PPRO Police Service Commission, Mr. Okechukwu Ani, yesterday.

  Assuring the delegation of Gov. Chukwuma Soludo’s support on sensitisation of ndi Anambra on the need to join the Nigeria Police Force, Dr. Ibezim said police work is very important especially this period of general insecurity in the country which he described as a big challenge to the government, and stated that the government will fulfill  its primary  obligation of securing lives and property of Ndi Anambra as included in the Governor’s manifesto.

  Earlier while speaking, Head of Press and Public Relations Officer of the Police Service Commission, Mr. Okechukwu Ani, said that the commission is in its third stage for the 2021 recruitment of constables into the police force, which he said is a national assignment that came from the presidential approval in recruiting ten thousand police men across Nigeria for five years.

  According to Ani, the commission is keen in giving  the police necessary capacity to discharge their duties and to ensure maximum security across the country, he thanked Anambra State Government for all the support they are giving to the police.

  In a vote of thanks, the Police Public Relations Officer of the Nigerians Police Force, Anambra State Command, Mr. Tochukwu Ikenga, pleaded with the state government to assist in sensitizing the people on the need to join the  recruitment exercise.

  Others members of the team include,  chief Administration Officer of the commission, Nkiru Ike-Nwodo,  Mrs. Ifeanyi Mpamah and Cecillia Anyakora among others.

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