+234 (0)9036683775 | Email: info@africasecurityinvestigation.com
Latest Updates on Security

Hits: 69

By Emmanuel Daudu/Nigeria

The Management Team, Africa Security Investigation celebrates Brig. Gen. John Agim Over his new Appointment as the Director General, Boundary Commission and Border Patrol Agency, Cross River State.

The Brig. Gen. Who disclosed his appointment details to AFRICA SECURITY INVESTIGATION correspondent recently in Abuja, expressed delight to serve in that capacity as he appreciates the Chief of Army Staff, Brig. Gen. TY Buratai over the privilege given him to serve the nation in that breadth.

“I have been appointed Director General, Boundary Commission, and Border Patrol Agency, Cross River State”, he said.

The Publisher, Africa Security Investigation, Mr. Emmanuel Daudu who expressed optimism on the leadership style of the Chief of Army Staff, Brig. Gen. TY Buratai urged General Agim to continue in his quest for hard work even in his new office.

However, Africa Security Investigation is a news organization with a special interest in INVESTIGATION and SECURITY reports within the African Continent.

The medium provides a fact base reportage of news not limited to the safety of properties, the society, and her inhabitants. The media firm possesses uncompromised professionalism and Independence. The medium’s concern is to satisfy the news demand of the society; Security agencies, Corporate Organizations, Individual and Government Establishments via its fact base publications.

The organization’s values are not limited to Accuracy, Integrity, Credibility, and Standardization. The firm is saddled with a cluster of professional and limitless security and investigative Journalists soundly equipped with the adequate skills, training, and ethics required to deliver quality services.
The firm also engages in the training of Journalists on security and investigative Journalism.

Similarly, it also initiates corruption investigative clubs in secondary schools across the African nations. This is aimed at curbing corruption from its root.

Leave a Comment