Retiring Anambra CP Prepared For Full Business

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Retiring Anambra State commissioner of police, CP Aderemi Adeoye has said he is prepared to go into a full time business.
Adeoye made the revelation in his address during his pull-out parade for retirement from the Nigeria Police Force at Dr. Alex Ekwueme Square, Awka yesterday.
He said while in service he acquired enormous training both in Nigeria and overseas that enabled him to give his best to the police force and the country at large, and expressed gratitude to God for leading him through to his retirement without any blemish and in a colourful parade.
He stated that in 2018 he founded an investment venture, Alpha Trust Investment Club (ATIC) and now that he has retired he would go into full business. He expressed optimism that he would eventually surpass the likes of Alhaji Aliko Dangote in making money.
He said; “I have been through militancy in Niger Delta, Boko Haram in the North East, fought IPOB militancy in the South East, and I’m glad that I’m alive today, despite gunfire and bombs encountered, I do not have any scare on me.
“I thank the NPF for the opportunity to serve and Nigeria for investing in me through trainings at home and abroad. I have been privileged to be trained in Ghana, England, Israel, California and more.
“I have served abroad in the United Nations, and this career gave me opportunities for self development, and these have prepared me for retirement. It’s been a unique privilege serving Anambra.
“I’m proud of my men at Anambra State police command. You are gallant, heroic and never giving up. We didn’t achieve anything through individual efforts but with other sister agencies.
“In 2028, I founded an investment club, Alpha Trust Investment Club (ATIC) Limited.
“We started it with a modest sum of N54 million, but today we have investments worth over N20 billion. That will be my full time business from Wednesday, May 1. We have been investing and now we want to go into full time business and we will in the next 10 years give Dangote a run for his money,” Adeoye said.
Earlier, Anambra State governor, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo who was represented by the deputy governor, Dr Onyekachi Ibezim eulogised Adeoye for his efforts in helping his administration fight insecurity in the state.
Residents described the retiring officer as a fine police officer. The traditional ruler of Umueri, in Anambra East, Igwe Ben Emeka, said Adeoye is a special breed of police officers. Emeka said the CP handed professionalism to officers in the state and urged the force in general to emulate him. Igwe Chidubem Iweka, the traditional ruler of Obosi Kingdom, in Idemili North said when he spoke to Adeoye on phone regarding his community, he promptly helped without seeing or asking for gratification.




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