Warri – Chairman of Ndokwa East Local Government Area of Delta State, Engr. Juan Amechee Governor, has lauded the outgoing Divisional Police Officer (DPO) of Aboh Police Division, Mr Eyoh Anietie, for his outstandingng performance barely a month of his stay.
Popularly called Calabar, Mr Anietie, a Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP), was posted to the Aboh Police Division about a month ago, but was redeployed to Nasarawa State in a recent controversial transfer of 62 top police officers from the state by the police authorities.
CSP Anietie Eyo who was well known for his zero tolerance to crime and criminality has within the month of his stay, refurbished one of the abandoned Toyota Hilux Patrol vans with registration number NPF1214C, redesigned a sustainable security architecture of the town as well as empowered a youth with a complete computer hardware for desktop publishing vocation.
Engr. Governor, who expressed satisfaction with the efforts of Mr Anietie at the local government in a short sendforth in his office at the local government secretariat, presented a plaque to the outgoing DPO in recognition and sincere appreciation of his service, devotion and commitment to peace and security in the local government.
According to the Council boss, “For me, to the glory of God, he has exhibited high performance; he didn’t stay up to a month, but he was able to get a lot of things in place.
“I couldn’t do otherwise than to give him all the necessary supports he required, and because he is a public servant, we can’t keep him.
“We just pray that wherever he is going, he should just keep up the good work,” he charged.
CSP Anietie, who was excited by the honour done him, said his pastime, wherever he’s posted to, was to upgrade platforms for his subordinates to carry out their mandate well and create a secured atmosphere for businesses to thrive in the host community.
Highlights of the casual ceremony was the handing over of the refurbished patrol van to the new DPO of Aboh Police Division, Mr MD Tuadum.