A new Permanent Secretary, Dr. Ifeoma Adaora Anyanwutaku has assumed office in the Police Service Commission(PSC), with a pledge to move the Commission forward.
Dr. Anyanwutaku until her deployment to the Commission was the Permanent Secretary in the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture. She took over from Mr. Anietie Donald Etiebet, who was the Director overseeing the Office of the Permanent Secretary.
According to PSC Head, Press and Public Relations, Mr.Ikechukwu Ani,”the new Permanent Secretary promised to ensure a cordial working relationship between the Commission and the Nigeria Police Force adding that the nation does not need any distraction at this time when all hands should be on deck to surmount the prevailing security problems.
“Dr. Anyanwutaku said the Commission would continue to promote the effectiveness and efficiency of the Nigeria Police Force within its Constitutional powers to appoint, promote and discipline.
“She also pledged to pursue a robust staff welfare programme that will be beneficial to the Staff of the Commission stressing that Staff interest will receive her due attention.Dr. Anyanwutaku ,however, called for the support and cooperation of the Staff to see to the success of her intended innovative programmes”.