Arase commends exceptional dedication of his PA, Abam, seeks divine favor during Lent and Ramadan observance

PSC Chairman decorating his PA, Abam, with Rtd CP Grema assisting

The Chairman of the Police Service Commission (PSC), Dr. Solomon Arase CFR, a retired Inspector General of Police, has praised the remarkable qualities and dedication of his personal assistant, Ukom Abam. 

Recently elevated from Deputy Superintendent of Police to Superintendent, Abam's promotion reflects his outstanding commitment and work ethic. Dr. Arase expressed admiration for Abam's unwavering dedication to his duties and his overall willingness to support him in advancing the Commission's objectives to elevate its performance to new heights.

Dr. Arase spoke when he decorated Abam with his new rank of Superintendent of Police. He charged him to be steadfast on his commitment to "our shared vision," stressing that his dedication to national duty will not go unnoticed. 

Dr. Arase, according to a press release signed by Ikechukwu Ani, Head, Press and Public Relations  unit of the Commission, used the occasion to announce that the Commission will continue to ensure that promotions in the Nigeria Police Force must be defined, merit based and on seniority.  

He advised his aide to remain focused and continue to contribute his little quota to national security.

Dr. Arase also prayed for divine blessings as Christians observe the Lent and Muslims the Ramadan fast.

He said Nigerians should continue to pray for a new Nigeria as there is need for "us to assist government deliver on its mandate. It is a collective responsibility and Nigeria must rise again," he admonished, adding, “We have to support the government to succeed. It is a collective responsibility.
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