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Akwa Ibom Donates Vehicles, Gunboats to Security Agencies

In a significant boost to regional security, Akwa Ibom Governor Umo Eno has overseen the distribution of new Toyota Hilux trucks to security agencies, alongside the introduction of 14 gunboats dedicated to ensuring safety on the state’s waterways. This development underscores the state government’s dedication to maintaining peace and security across the region.

During a formal ceremony attended by key stakeholders and security service commanders, Governor Eno outlined the strategic vision behind these enhancements. “Today marks a milestone in our security efforts,” he stated, emphasizing the importance of the new resources in supporting the state’s law enforcement agencies.

Governor Eno further announced the establishment of a Tactical Command Control Centre designed to foster improved coordination and information flow among security forces. This initiative is expected to enhance the effectiveness of responses to security challenges across Akwa Ibom.

Expressing his gratitude to the assembled security service leaders, Governor Eno praised their ongoing dedication and collaboration in upholding law and order throughout the state. “Our commitment to security remains unwavering,” he affirmed, assuring that the newly donated vehicles would be dedicated entirely to security operations within the state.

The governor also acknowledged the critical role of various stakeholders in supporting the state’s security initiatives. “I’m grateful for the support of our stakeholders who witnessed this important event. Your unwavering commitment to our collective security is truly commendable,” he remarked.

By bolstering its security infrastructure, Akwa Ibom State aims to ensure a safer environment for its citizens and fortify its defenses against any threats to its peace and stability. The addition of the Tactical Command Control Centre, along with the new vehicles and gunboats, represents a comprehensive approach to tackling security issues, reflecting a community-wide commitment to safeguarding the region.

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