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Improve What You Met On Ground, DELSU CSO Tells New Security Companies

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The Chief Security Officer, CSO, Delta State University, Abraka, Mr. Lucky Enamuotor, has called on the two new security companies, Belarons Security and Sheriff Deputies, contracted by the University to man Sites II and III respectively, to improve on what they met on ground.
Enamuotor said this in Abraka during an exclusive chat with Oasis Magazine (OM).
He opined that, though the staff of the two companies relieved were inherited by the new ones, the managements of the said two security companies would do their best to motivate their outfit to perform above board, arguing that it was not a case of ‘new wine in old skins’.
While commending the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Victor Peretomode for his contributions towards the success of the security unit of the university community, Enamuotor said that 2017 was a peaceful year.
He noted that no breach of security was recorded in 2017, saying that there was no record of students’ demonstration and thus no extension of the academic calendar of DELSU.
He added: “The administration of Peretomode is making sure that there is constant peace and security on campus.”
He gave the names of the security companies relieved of their duties as Bayan Security and Johnson Security.

By Daniel Dafe

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