Okowa Donates 5 Armoured Carriers To Army, Police

Okowa Donates 5 Armoured Carriers To Army, Police.

Delta Gov. Ifeanyi Okowa handed over five armored personnel carriers to the 63 Brigade, Nigerian Army, and state police command on Wednesday to help them improve their operations.

Okowa unveiled the cars immediately after the State Security Council met at Government House in Asaba.

He stated that three of the security cars belonged to the army and two to the police.

He extended gratitude to the state’s different security commands for their efforts to maintain peace and security.

According to Okowa, the different security commands have done an excellent job of keeping Delta quiet.

He expressed optimism that the state government’s contribution will contribute to their vehicle requirements, allowing them to carry out their duty.

“We have just risen from a Security Council Meeting where we discussed a lot of issues concerning the security of the state.

READ ALSO: 2023: Okowa Cautions Politicians Against Distractions From Governance

“And we also expressed our appreciations to the various commands for the work that they have been doing to consolidate on the peace that we have in our state.

“In furtherance of the various logistic provisions for the army and the police, this afternoon, we are handing over two Armoured Personnel Carriers specially built for the army.

“One had also been previously delivered to the army making it three for the 63 Brigade and two had earlier been delivered to the police, making it a total of five Armoured Personnel Carriers.

“So, we are glad that at this point in time in this early part of the year, that the remaining two to the 63 Brigade have been delivered.

“We do hope that in the course of the year, we will be in a position to also provide other logistic needs for the various commands.

“They have been doing so well to keep Delta peaceful and we are very grateful and we hope that this will add up to the vehicular needs that will enable them carry out their operations,” he said.

The ceremony’s high point was the handing over of Army vehicle keys to the 63 Brigade Commander, Brig. Gen. Abdulraman Idris, and the State Commissioner of Police, Mr Mohammed Ari.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

2 × 4 =