The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has decorated 15 officers newly promoted in Ondo State, admonishing them to work harder.
NDLEA Commandant in the state, Kayode Raji, congratulated the officers on a well-deserved career progression.
Raji explained that about 400 men in the agency benefited from the promotion exercise nationwide in 2022.
He said the command delayed the ceremony because it waited for the national headquarters to kick-start the event.
“Promotion for hard work comes with more work, so please do not relent,” he said.
The NewsZenith reports that the Agency promoted eight Chief Narcotics Agents (CNA) to the rank of Assistant Superintendent of Narcotics (ASN II).
It elevated two Assistant Superintendents of Narcotics (ASN1) o the Deputy Superintendent of Narcotics (DSN).
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Also, one Superintendent of Narcotics (SN), rose to the rank of Chief Superintendent of Narcotics (CSN).
One CSN got promoted to Assistant Commander of Narcotics (ACN) and one ACN became Deputy Commander of Narcotics (DCN).
One DCN to Commander of Narcotics (CN) and a CN to Assistant Commander General.
“Please let us be disciplined, let us be dedicated and let us be loyal to the country.
“This is important so that at the end of the day, those that bestowed on us this ranks will not regret doing so.
One of the newly promoted officers, Mrs Yetunde Jeyifous, who became DCN, said the promotion was a welcome development and had brought hope for a better agency.
Also, Mr Rufus Aina, who rose to become DCN, appreciated the agency chairman for ending career stagnation in the agency.
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