Anambra govt recruits 120 personnel into state fire service

To ensure more efficient service delivery in fire management, the Anambra State Government has recruited 120 persons into the Anambra State Fire Service.

The Director, Anambra State Fire Service, Engineer Martin Agbili, made this known during the final rehearsal for the passing out parade of the new recruits at Dr Alex Ekwueme Square in Awka, on Saturday.

Engineer Agbili said the new recruits have undergone physical, instructional and moral training to prepare them for the task ahead.

The Fire Service Boss noted that the development will strengthen the agency to discharge its duties creditably and commended Governor Willie Obiano for equipping the agency for quick response to emergencies.

Engineer Agbili who expressed Joy that the Anambra State Fire Service responded quickly to five emergencies that occurred in the state two days ago assured that the agency is ever ready to fight a fire outbreak in the state.

Some of the new recruits, including Mr Chukwuma Emenike and Miss Chioma Okeke, expressed appreciation to the Obiano administration for recruiting them into the Anambra State Fire Service while assuring for maximum cooperation to duty.


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