Anambra To Strengthen Security
The Anambra State government has initiated more measures to further the State security network. Governor Obi announced this at the Town Union Executive and other Stakeholders on Security at the Women Development Centre Awka. The Governor said that henceforth each community must have a Vigilante of 20 members who are properly trained, with uniforms, and should work with lay down procedures of the State security system.
Governor Obi assured that government will find ways of supplementing them and will also maintain them with vehicles. The Governor, who said that Anambra remains the most secured State in the country today, pointed out that in the last four years there has never been any incidence of bank robbery and other violent crimes.
The Chairman House Committee on Security and Member representing AnambraWest observed that Governor Obi has adopted proactive system of policing, involving communities in tackling security challenges.
Speaking, the Chairman State Security Trust Fund, Chief Ajulu Uzodike noted that Governor Obi had singlehandedly continued to raise fund for security in the State and challenged other stakeholders to complement the State Government in attracting funds for security and expressed satisfaction with the Governor.