Press Release: Gov. Obiano Boosts in Anambra with Security solar powered police control booths

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The Executive Governor of Anambra State, Dr Willie Maduaburochukwu Obiano in his continued efforts to sustain the battle against criminals in Anambra State is set to mount sophisticated solar powered police control booths with USB port. The Control booths with options for CCTV will enable the Police capture real time events from their various control centers. The idea of the solar power is to ensure that there is constant light at the control booths and the USB port will guarantee that their communication equipments such as phones and other rechargeables are function ready.
It must be recalled that various communities in Anambra State testified that last Christmas holiday was celebrated without the usual sad stories of kidnap, robbery and other criminal acts. Just for the records, the only Kidnap attempt at NIMO was foiled and the kidnapped rescued within 24 hours – KUDOS to Gov. Willie Obiano for his initiative to launch Operation Sheba specifically for the Christmas holiday in anticipation of surprises from criminals.
A reputable business mogul in Anambra State disclosed that the Executive Governor of Anambra State literarily saved the state and her indigenes over 4 Billion naira which is what people would have spent to provide individual security for themselves. Most citizens spend over 100 thousand naira daily on security, engaging the services of up to 12 Mobile Policemen a day but last christmas was an exception. People moved around with ease. The air of freedom was everywhere. 6.pm curfew is now a thing of the past in Anambra State. People drive from Asaba and Enugu to Anambra State as late as 11pm without fear of robbery or kidnap. The yardstick for safety last December was your proximity to Anambra State. The closer you are to Anambra State the safer you feel. It is a wonderful feeling.
Governor Willie Obiano assured Anambra indigenes during his campaign that his government will CONTINUE, COMPLETE, COMMISSION, AND COMMENCE new projects. He is a student of continuity and he has kept his eyes on the ball in the continuity project. We owe him our support so he will continue to deliver for us.
Remember to VOTE for President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan in the forthcoming election and for all APGA candidates in the rest.
Support Gov. Willie Obiano and APGA in Anambra State, Vote for President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan and other APGA candidates and Continue to receive the dividends of democracy.
Primus Odili
SSA Special Duties
Government House
Awka.

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  1. Uche felix Nwokocha says:

    may God give him more years to see and eat from his works Amen

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