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WAI Brigade Passes Out 245, Gets New Commander

The War Against Indiscipline Brigade (WAIBrigade), Rivers State Brigade, has passed out 245 trained officers and has got a new commander for their operations.
The passing out ceremony was done at the premises of the Emarid College, on Eneka Igwuruta Road, on Saturday, August 25, 2012.
Lt. Col. U. Ndada who represented the Brigade Commander of the 2nd Amphibius Brigade said their performance as showcased after a few weeks in camp, was as if they had been in camp for long and asked them to keep it up.
He asked them to complement other security agents, as no single security outfit can do the work of security alone and that they should instill discipline into the society.
The acting Driector of National Orientation Agency (NOA) Rivers State, Mr. Oliver Worlugbum assured of continued support to the WAI Brigade to enable them perform.
Oliver described WAI Brigade as one of the most disciplined organizations based on its ethics and purpose for which it was formed, asking them to ever show discipline and always reach out to society as they instill discipline into the society.
Oliver who was the chairman of the occasion, thanked Pastor Belemina Obunge for his efforts in encouraging the voluntary youths to perform.
Nwigo Lebekee Celestine and a Royal father, HRH Eze H.E. Okegbu Echiagbu Okeli clan in their separate speeches described the closeness of the WAI Brigade members to them and how they render voluntary services without demand for compensation, saying this singular attitude attracted them to these youths and that they are out to help them.
The royal father used the medium to call on the government to consider them for employment, that he will find a way to help them. He warned them never to apply force in their operation as they are not armed but report to other security agents.
A community ruler, Chief Ogundu Ichinwo prayed for the WAI Brigade members and advised them to remain discipline. He thanked them for choosing to be disciplined, renouncing killing, quick money making and other vices that have taken over youths of this day.
Chief Victor Wagor blamed social vices in the society today on the government’s levity in discipline, saying before, every public life was done in queue, but since after the War Against Indiscipline was kept at the back seat every raw character has taken over the front seat, hence the society is experiencing all social vices.
He called on companies looking for security to make use of WAI Brigade and that they will not have any room for regret as they are very disciplined.
Victor who said he was one of the pioneer member of the brigade assured of promotion of the Brigade and giving them proper recognition in Ikwerre local government area where he comes from.
The occasion was used to decorate the new state commander, Mr. Iyalla Dakoru.
Speaking to this tabloid, the commander pointed out that he made members of the Brigade to get employed in places as a way to encourage youths to enlist into the brigade and learn to change their ways of life for the better.###

Mene Gbarabe

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