By Charity Uwakwe, Abia
Quit Or Risk Apprehension, E-Networking Security Boss, Ezeji Patrick Warns Criminals In Abia, S’E
Engr. Ezeji Patrick Nwogu, the CEO and Managing Director of Ezeji Foundation, has warned sternly hoodlums ravaging Abia State and South-East in general, to either desist from terrorising the inhabitants or of the area in order to avert the impending dangers.
The security expert, through the Foundation last weekend, inaugurated a world-class security system, the ‘E-Networking and Security Services’, in the State, stressing that it is a bid to drastically reduce the spate of crime and insecurity in Abia State and the entire South-East region.
According to the illustrious son of Umuahia, the State’s capital, his aim is to drive home the vision of the Labour Party government of Dr. Alex Otti OFR, the Governor of Abia, to help combat insecurity in the State in protecting lives and property of Abians.
The security expert, through the Foundation last weekend, inaugurated a world-class security system, ‘the ‘E-Networking and Security Services’, in the State, stressing that it is in a bid to drastically reduce the spate of crime and insecurity in Abia State and the entire South-East region.
The renowned Engineer, stated this during an interactive session with newsmen, shortly after his one-day seminar on E- Networking and Security Services, pointing out that the company is determined to train unemployed youth to militate against the crimes and criminalities thus eradicating same, to enable the people go about their daily businesses without nurturing fears of the unknown.
“I am proudly an Abian. Although I am not based in Nigeria I decided to come down home due to the rate of insecurity especially in the South East. I decided to make sure that we support the Police, Army and security agencies so that we can be able to fight crime. That is why the E-Networking and Security Services is launched.
“And we want to tell Nigerians that everyone should calm down and that whatever is the case, E-Networking system will help in fighting crimes; to detect wherever they are. We work in synergy some with international security experts both in China and Japan and they have built these special gadgets that can detect all kinds of crime across the States, Local Government Areas and beyond.
“Whatever that goes on anywhere, we can be able to detect it and give exactly information about where the person is and state the exact time the incident occurred. That is why we have held this noble seminar.
“We’re have decided to partner the State Government due to the person of Dr. Alex Otti, the newly elected Governor. So, our vision is to work with the government in fighting against crime. We want to help in reducing crime and insecurity in Abia State and South-East region. That’s our mission.
“And my message to criminals in Abia State today is they should pack and leave the state because whatever they do and the minute they do it, we can be able to detect it.
“We also want to inform business owners in the State such as Hotels, we can also be able to detect whatever that goes on in their Hotels, if they ask us to monitor activities that go on in their environments. What we cannot do is to monitor their activities in their private rooms but every other place,
Meanwhile the security expert emphasized the need for the installation of CCTV cameras, and car trackers to enable individuals secure their property in the society.
Earlier in his speech, the Abia State Commissioner of Police, CP Kene Onwuemelie represented by the Head ICT, Mr Okeke Moses noted that security is the business of everyone, adding that the world is moving into high technological advancement that monitors crimes.
He explained that the use of Robotic Process Automation, (RPA), had, in recent times, proven to be a vital tool to effectively tackle insecurity.
He commended the Ezeji Foundation for their embarking on the move to train Abia Youth to become security experts.
Meanwhile, famousreporters.com reports that the one-day seminar was segmented into various sessions, during which various security experts took turns in enlightening the people on use and impacts of different security gadgets.
Among the experts who spoke were, Engr. Nwonye Richard, of Car Tracker/Car Keys Technology, as he hinted that the introduction of Car Tracker had drastically reduced the rate of car theft by 40%.
He further pointed out that car tracking would enable one to ascertain the whereabouts of one’s car on daily basis, as well as gives one access to conversations “that go on in his car whether he is there or not at the time of the conversation.”
Adding, he said: “so, this helps in controlling the incidents of car theft in our society.”
Also, Engr. Marshal Udo, the Manager of Eriok Nig. Ltd who highlighted the positive impacts of the Closed Circuit Television, (CCTV), described gadget as a device that provides close coverage of a particular event or incident.
Udo, however, urged business owners and all organisations to always endeavour to inform their guest of the presence of the device in their environments, saying, “it is part of their human rights to know that they are being captured.”
Similarly, Engr. Christopher Orji who spoke elaborately on the importance of Solar System, debunked the assertion that the device is capable of generating energy for some household electrical appliances.
He, therefore, explained to the audience that the Solar Street Light could only serve for the purpose of illuminating the streets, adding, “so it cannot be used to power any of the household appliances”.
Meanwhile, he advised subscribers to ensure they go “for Deep Cycle Battery for a longer duration.
Continuing, he said: “In installation, you don’t work based on assumption rather calculation.”