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Abia Has Moved Up, PSC’s Nnamani Commends Otti’s Devt Strides

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The National Commissioner representing the South East in the Police Service Commission, Onyemauche Nnamani has showered praises on Abia State Governor, Alex Otti for the development strides in the state. 

Speaking yesterday when he paid a working visit to Governor Alex Otti having come to Abia to supervise the ongoing screening exercise of the recruitment of Police constables in Abia State.

“As I came in here, I went round and for the first time, I noticed considerable changes. Abia State has joined other States in the South East in development. Keep it up, we are happy, we are satisfied. Thank God Abia has moved up. Abia slept for too long but thank God an Alex Otti has taken over,” he said.

“We commend you for those efforts. I also want to say, that coming here, nobody warned me, nobody panicked. If I had said I was going to neighbouring states with a lot of warning, I would have come to the Police to get extra security. But I came here on my own without anybody, which means there is calm. It is not yet Uhuru, there is still room to improve”.

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According to him, a lot of improvements are still required as only about 2,000 applied from Abia. He noted that Abia State needs to do more mobilization for Police recruitment.

“We have come to Abia. We have noticed that there is a considerable improvement due to some of the mobilization embarked upon by the State government,” he said.

While speaking at the event, Otti regretted that the youths in Abia were not showing interest in the recruitment exercise.

“A lot of our people don’t show interest and they forget that security is the key factor for development. When you don’t have security every talk about development is a waste. And you can see how insecurity has retarded the development of this country,” Governor Otti said.

“Assuming the instance of Boko Haram and all the things that came with it did not happen, we would have been very far away from where we are today. So any investment made in security is not a waste but sometimes our people don’t understand and our people tend to be impatient”.

But he promised to mobilise youths for the recruitment exercise in the future.

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