The wife of Akwa Ibom state governor Mrs. Martha Udom Emmanuel has restated government commitment to support Security Operatives in the state to succeed in their constitutional mandate of maintaining law and order, saying that without security there can be no meaningful development.
The governor’s wife stated this when she received a delegation of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps led by the state Commandant, Commandant Obiageli Obiajula who came on a courtesy visit to her office.
Mrs. Emmanuel remarked that the administration of Mr. Udom Emmanuel remains committed to securing lives and property in the state, stressing that government will not leave any stone un-turn in ensuring that crime rate is brought to bearest minimum.
She said the state government has taken concrete measures to ensure that Akwa Ibom is crime free, asserting that these measures have so far yielded positive results. She also expressed confidence in the ability of the Corps to curb the activities of vandals in the state.While welcoming the newly deployed State Commandant, the First Lady promised that her office will collaborate with the security agency towards ensuring that they succeed in their duties.
the State Commandant of Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps,Obiageli Obiajuli in her remarks thanked Mrs. Emmanuel for granting the group audience, saying her mission is to intimate the governor’s wife of the activities of the command.
In her words: “I am here to brief you your Excellency on our activities. As security agents, our primary role is to secure all government properties; we do this with all element of civility and we will not deviate from this under my watch.” She said.
Commandant Obiajuli said the Command is undertaking various options to further enhance the performance of its constitutional responsibilities, thus soliciting for support from the state government which she said will go a long way to boost the morale of officers.
She used the occasion to restate the Command’s commitment to securing all government properties and lives in the state.Accompanying the State Commandant were retinue of senior officers of the state Command.