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    MILESTONE CELEBRATION: Anambra State Marks 32 Years Of Progress With Commendation From CP Adeoye

    ByHybrid Communications

    Aug 28, 2023

    In honour of the 32nd anniversary of the establishment of Anambra State, Commissioner of Police Aderemi Adeoye has extended his heartfelt congratulations to both Governor Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo, and the citizens of the state.

    Despite encountering formidable challenges along the way, the state has undeniably demonstrated its mettle and positioned itself commendably among its peers nationwide, as recognized by Commissioner Adeoye.

    The commendation comes as a tribute to the dedication and hard work of the Anambra people in nurturing a state that thrives even in the face of adversity.

    Adeoye commended the citizens for their unwavering commitment to peace, as well as their steadfast adherence to the law.

    He also seized the opportunity to urge the citizens to persist in their portrayal of the state’s hallmark traits: industriousness and diligence.

    Having personally served in various capacities across Anambra State during the formative years of its inception, Commissioner Adeoye holds a profound understanding of the immense potential harbored by the state. A tribute to his personal experience, he reflects on the transformation he has witnessed and expresses his optimism for the state’s promising future.

    With a pledge to maintain and enhance the state’s security environment, Commissioner Adeoye affirms the police force’s dedication to collaborate closely with other security agencies and stakeholders.

    The overarching goal remains the restoration of complete normalcy and the ongoing pursuit of an environment where the citizens can thrive without apprehension.

    As Anambra State celebrates 32 years of growth and achievement, Commissioner Aderemi Adeoye’s commendation underscores the collective efforts of its people, while reinforcing the commitment of law enforcement to ensure a secure and prosperous future for the state.

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