…says being posted to Anambra State is like a homecoming for him
The New Commissioner of Police of Anambra State, Mr Aderemi Adeoye has stated that being posted to Anambra State is like a homecoming for him.
He said he is not new to the state having served for 10 years in the 90’s.
Speaking after what he called “a robust discussion” with the Deputy Governor, Dr Onyekachukwu Ibezim whom he had paid a courtesy visit to, Adeoye promised to sustain the security infrastructure already in place in the State.
He also pledged to provide the needed leadership to generate intelligence policing in the state, as well as unprecedented level of security from where his predecessor, Mr Echeng Echeng, who has been promoted to the rank of AIG, left off.
He said, “I’m not new to Anambra. In the 90’s I served for 10 years here. I was the Deputy Commissioner in charge of Operations, and also supervised the elections that brought Governor Chukwuma Soludo to power alongside the State House of Assembly polls.
“I am at home with the culture of the people. I have enjoyed the greater part of my career among the people.
“Anambra people are industrious and hardworking people who only need a secure environment to prosper.
“The task is to work assiduously to offer a sense of security to the people. When they call once, we answer twice!”