Governor Samuel Ortom today decorated his Chief Security Officer, CSO Manasseh Orhena and two other officers attached to the Benue Peoples House with new ranks.
The Governor, assisted by the state Commissioner of Police, Mukadas Mohammed, while performing the decoration, tasked the newly promoted officers on professionalism as well as service to God and humanity.
Governor Ortom charged the officers not to be tempted to shortchange anyone in the course of their duties but consider their promotion as an honour from God and distinguish themselves among their colleagues.
He said the decorated officers had been dedicated and committed in the discharge of their duties and had never been found wanting, expressing the hope that they would reach the peak of their carrier.
The Governor while congratulating the officers on their promotion, expressed appreciation to the Inspector General of Police, Commissioner of Police and the Police Service Commission for finding the officers worthy of promotion.
Supritendent of Police, SP Orhena Manasseh who responded on behalf of the decorated officers, expressed appreciation to Governor Ortom and the Commissioner of Police as well as the Inspector General of Police for recommending them for promotion and promised to redouble their efforts in service to the nation.
Orhena Manasseh was promoted from Deputy Supritendent of Police, DSP to Supritendent of Police, SP, while Bernard Omale and Aliyu Sambo were promoted from the rank of Inspector to Assistant Supritendent of Police, ASP.