Ebubeagu State Commander Warns LGA Commanders, Operatives Against Operational Laxity

By Celestine Okeh, Abakaliki

The state Commander of Ebubeagu South East security outfit, Ebonyi State Command, Mr Friday Nnanna Ujor has send a wake up warning to the Ebubeagu Commanders and operatives in the 13 LGAs of the state to wake up to their responsibilities of providing security to people in the rural Communities of the state, warning that  any Commander and operatives found wanting on the line of duty will face disciplinary action.

The state Commander handed down the warning on Tuesday, shortly after a meeting with the State Special Consultant (SSC) Chief Stanley Okoro Emegha at Unity Square, Abakaliki, the state capital.
He said, the call became imperative following some security lapses in some local Government Areas, hence the need for the meeting with the Consultant.

He warnd those whose conducts and characters are bringing disrepute to the Ebubeagu to desist from such act or be shown the way out.

He announced that henceforth, they shall be unscheduled supervision of all the Ebubeagu security in the 13 Local Government Areas of the state. He urged them to always be on their beats and of good conducts.

The commander vowed not to allow anyone discredit the good records that the Ebubeagu security have achieved in the short period he has been in charge.
"We're going to be more decisive on any Ebubeagu member who is not up and doing. Any Ebubeagu member that is no longer interested in the job should give way to others who are ready for the job or be shown the way out.

"We have been receiving commendation from people outside the state on our efforts in managing the security of the state. People from Imo, Anambra, Abia and Enugu have been coming to Ebonyi to know how we are managing our security and we will sustain the tempo.

"We will soon start supervision of the Ebubeagu security in the 13 Local Government Areas to what they are doing and anyone found wanting will be disciplined", he said.

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