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|Security: POCACOV Moves To Synergize With UCCIMA by Rumniggar123(m): 10:49am On Sep 16, 2020|
In a bid to assist the Government fight insecurity in the society, Police Campaign Against Cultism and Other Vices has moved to synergize with Umuahia Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture, UCCIMA.
Speaking during the event which took place in Umuahia, Abia State, Chief Chidi NKEM-ARUOMA, JP lauded the presidency and the IGP Mohammed A Adamu for setting up the campaign that is fighting against cultism and other vices.
He pointed out that the campaign will help in redeeming the image of the failled society and decried that social security, business and it's values had suffered.
Chief Aruoma thanked the chairman for the honour and pledged to work with the stake holders and the grassroots to make an impact.
While eulogizing the sterling performance of the State governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu and the state commissioner of police, CP Janet Agbede, the UCCIMA boss further stated that Governor Ikpeazu has done so much in the area of security.
Aruoma reminded Abians that security is very important and should be given adequate attention.
Earlier in his speech, the POCACOV Abia State Chairman/Coordinator, Ambassador Darlington Kalu, who honoured Chief NKEM-ARUOMA as the POCACOV volunteer club Chairman for Abia central senatorial district charged him to coordinate and establish POCACOV in the six ,(6) LGAs in the zone which will trickle down from LGA to the wards for effective management.
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