Imo State Deputy Governor, Prince Eze Madumere, penultimate Saturday donated a transformer and two Security Patrol Vans to Mbieri Police Divisional Headquarters for their effective performance.
The donation was made at a meeting the deputy governor had with the new Divisional Police Officer, Chine Hart and the traditional rulers of the seven autonomous communities in Mbieri held at the palace of Eze Henry Anoruo Madumer in Achi Mbieri.
Stressing the need for information flow between the people and security agencies, Prince Madumere urged the traditional rulers and the people to complement government’s effort in sustaining the peace in the state by co-operating with the police and other security agencies.
He noted that the transformer would help the police work optimally as it would reduce drastically the cost of fuel for generating power.
The deputy governor advised the people of the area to steer clear of crime to avoid getting their names listed in the Imo security Black File to avoid being recorded in history for negative connotations.
In his response on behalf of the traditional rulers the chairman of Mbieri Council of Traditional Rulers, Eze Peter Opara praised the deputy governor for what he termed his ‘five-star performance’ to give his people hope.
Eze Opara equally commended Governor Okorocha for leading a government in its effort to transform the state as he called for support for the government.
Imo Deputy Governor, Prince Eze Madumere (MFR) explained to the people the implication of ostracizing those whose names are found in the Imo Security Black File, which was recently launched by the Governor of Imo State after a security with the people of Mbieri last Saturday.