By Okwo Kerry
The Cross River State Commissioner of Police, Henry Fadairo has urged newly promoted 18 officers of the force to remain diligent in discharging their duties which is the basis upon which they were promoted.
Henry Fadairo who gave the charge during the promotion ceremony held in Calabar said, “The force recognizes and reward diligence and hard work”.
He maintained that in as much as the command under his watch recognizes and reward hard work, it will not fail to punish erring officers.
Those promoted include: Peter Anataogu, Dande Umas, Joseph Ola and Mouona Edward from deputy superintendent of police to superintendent of police.
Others include: Oko Bassey, Jumbo Akpan, Owodighe Udofia, John Ubi, Henry Nwachukwu, Ekong David, Tobia Bob-Manuel, Ifiok Obo, Christopher Effiong, Innocent Ayabotu, Isreal Okoro, Edet Udo, Savior Thompson and James Egba were promoted from assistant superintendent of police to deputy superintendent.
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