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CSP EYOH ANIETE A 21st CENTURY ACHIEVER

CSP ANIETE EYOH

By Ejiro Idanigho, Asaba

He is the best among his pers…
He deserves double promotion…

Eyoh Anietie was the former Divisional Police Officer, B’ Division, Warri, Ebrumede And Former Commander Of Dragon Security Outfit in The Nigeria Police.

He dreams of building the most beautiful divisional police headquarters in West Africa.

He made this dream a reality in Ebrumede and B Divisions Warri and many places he has served.

The police is your friend’ is a common slogan of the Nigeria Police, but most Nigerians are not convinced that this is so, given their everyday experience with some personnel of the force. Other factors, including acts of extortion, brutality, extrajudicial killings and overall performance of men of the Nigeria Police have also contributed to the totality of this negative image.

Although, other professions and callings also have their fair share of vices, if not more, but the police, being ubiquitous and the closest to the populace, suffer stricter scrutiny, monitoring and image bashing.

However, a handful of men and women in the force still present a flicker of hope for a brighter future, for a force that was once dreaded and revered.

Arguably, one of these torchbearers is CSP Eyoh Anietie, the former Divisional Police Officer (DPO) in charge of ‘B’ Division Warri, Ebrumede Warri, Dragon in Delta State.

He is an officer who personifies professionalism, industry, commitment, gallantry, humanness and other qualities expected in an ideal officer.

He is a professional police officer, who his quality service of protecting his area of responsibility has earned him a household name in the entire Delta State Police Command.

Mr Anietie ingenuity serve as true assessment of his achievements.

THE NATIONS EXPRESS during investigations gathered that Mr Anietie was posted to Warri on May 1, 2015, and within the space of two years, he has literally etched his name in gold. Suffice to say that while some of his colleagues wallow in self-pity, complaints and excuses for not doing enough, this officer stays awake at midnights fashioning and churning out solutions to myriad challenges confronting his division.

As of the time Anietie resumed at this stations structures there could pass for makeshift offices, so unbefitting for operations of modern-day policing, typical of the decrepit buildings that are common eyesores in most police stations across the country. THE NATIONS EXPRESS however, gathered that Anietie has a track record of bringing about professional, ethical and infrastructural changes anywhere he’s redeployed.

For instance, it was gathered that he was instrumental to similar developmental projects at his previous places of assignment such as MOPOL 8, Jos and Akwa Ibom ‘C’ Division. Armed with a track record, the Akwa-Ibom-born DPO has transformed division he served as DPO.

A photo captions of ‘B’ Divisional Police Headquarters, Warri

To execute the project, Anietie was said to have approached members of his host community for financial help with a promise to pay back by stemming the alarming rate of crime.

With the cooperation of eminent people including business men, traditional rulers, public servants, community elders and youths,

Though he was recently pettioned in the #Endsars Judicial panel constituted by various State Governments.

There are series’ of false allegations against him in the Delta State Judicial Panel on Police brutality constituted by Delta State Government.

The Akwa Ibom born Policeman has distinguish him self than any cop in the area of upholding human rights in the course of discharging his constitutional duties.

CSP Eyoh Anietie hard work, Professionalism and excellent in fighting crime should be rewarded with a deserved promotion to the next rank of Assistance Commissioner Of Police, Not fetish Pettions.

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