Onyeme To Police Officers: Be Diligent In Your Duties

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By ABEL JOHNGOLD ORHERUATA

The Delta State Deputy Governor, Sir Monday Onyeme, on Wednesday, charged Police Officers to be diligent in their duties.

Onyeme gave the charge after decorating one of the Police Officers attached to his security team, Mr Haruna Barth Katuka. Katuka was promoted from the rank of Sergeant to Inspector.

Sir Monday Onyeme

At a brief, but impressive ceremony held in his office, Onyeme said, “officers should be committed, dedicated to their duties and be ready to make sacrifice at all times.

“Your sacrifice will be rewarded with promotion to your next rank which is a challenge to continue with your good work and even perform better.

“Always try to be honest because there is nothing better than honesty in life.

“Be straightforward in whatever you do, because, God will make you to shine more in your career.”

While praying for more career success for his aides and staff, Onyeme enjoined them to be honest and straightforward in the discharge of their duties, observing, “Katuka is the first officer in the team to bag promotion, so, this is worthy of celebration, that the sky is the limit for anybody that is loyal, committed and hardworking in the performance of his or her duties.”

Speaking after the decoration was performed, the Convoy Escort Commander, ASP Christopher Dedan, described the Deputy Governor as a father to all officers in the Convoy.

He promised that the newly promoted officer would be more committed to his duties to justify his new rank and also add more value to the Police.

In his remarks, the newly promoted Inspector Katuka, thanked God for his elevation saying, “The Deputy Governor is our father, and he took us as his children, so, it is an honour for him to decorate me with my new rank.”

The Deputy Governor was assisted in performing the decoration by the Deputy Chief of Staff (DCOS), Hon. Christopher Ifeanyi Osakwe and the Convoy Escort Commander, ASP Christopher Dedan.