The state House of Assembly has passed a resolution commending the Anambra state security Chiefs for their support to Governor Willie Obiano in making Anambra the safest state in the country .
The resolution was sequel to a motion sponsored by the member representing Ayamelum Constituency , Mr. Uchenna Okafor, and others during yesterday’s plenary.
The security Chiefs commended by the House are Cornel I.U Akpan of 302 Artillery Regiment Onitsha , navy captain Kadiru Mohammed of Naval Output Onitsha, John Ahwan of Civil Defence Corps, Sule Momodu of Drug law Enforcement Agency, Sunday Ajayi of Federal Road Safety Commission, CP Garba Umar of Nigeria Police, Yusuf Ishaku of Department of State Services, Mrs Audu of Nigeria Immigration , Barrister Nwakaeze of Nigeria prisons.
Moving the motion , Mr. Okafor explained that the synergy and good working relationship that exist amongst these security Chiefs has helped the state government in combating crime in the state, thereby making Anambra secure .
Supporting the motion, the member representing Njikoka Constituency Two, Dr. Pete Ibida , extolled the security Chiefs for championing the security interest of the people and making Anambra the safest state in Nigeria in collaboration with Governor Obiano .
On his part, the member representing Anambra East Constituency , Chief Obinna Emeneka , noted that the sacrifices made by Governor Obiano and the security Chief in the area of security has created a conducive environment for residents of the state to exercise their fundamental human rights.
In their contributions, the member representing Idemili South Constituency Barrister Chuka Ezenwune, his Orumba South Constituency Counterpart, Princess Nikky Ugochukwu and the member for Awka South Constituency One, Dr Nnamdi Okafor, expressed happiness that Anambra state has recorded influx of investors which has created employment opportunities for many youths because the state is secured for investment .
Speaker of the House, Barrister Rita Maduagwu, described the motion as apt and read out the resolution of the House.