NDLEA honours Kano born officer for outstanding performance

Nasiru Yusuf 
Chairman of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, Mohamed Buba Marwa has honoured Jamilu Uba Adamu from Kano along other twenty-four officers.
ALL IN ONE reports that Adamu was honoured on Tuesday at a meeting with chairman, the Directors, Zonal Commanders, state, and Special Area Commanders.
A statement issued by Director, Media and Advocacy, NDLEA, Femi Babafemi said awardees received cash-backed awards and commendation letters for their outstanding performance in the areas of drug supply reduction, drug demand reduction and diligent prosecution of cases in the last quarter of the year, 2021.
Speaking at the occasion Marwa tasked officers and men of the anti-narcotic agency to make it difficult for drug barons, traffickers and cartels to operate in Nigeria in the new year, 2022.
“This Awards and commendations ceremony is an attestation that the leadership of NDLEA is keeping its side of the bargain, to wit, to motivate the NDLEA workforce as a means of getting the Agency out of the rut in which it was stuck for years. It was to this end that we instituted, among other measures, the Bimonthly Best Performing Command Award, which after two editions was transformed into the Quarterly Awards.
“The transmutation notwithstanding, the objective remains to reward individual hard work and diligence of officers and to appreciate the collective effort of commands.
“It cannot be gainsaid that the awards have not been successful. From all indications, our reward scheme has galvanized the NDLEA workforce as evidenced by our daily and weekly performance, which attracts national and international accolades. Just three weeks ago, at the ICPC 3rd National Summit on Diminishing Corruption in Nigeria, held on November 30, 2021, our officer was one of three distinguished Nigerians honoured by the President with the 2021 Public Service Integrity Award.
“That speaks volumes about the renewed work ethics within the Agency. With a sense of modesty, he deserves a pat on the back for the good work that earned him the national award,” Marwa said.


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