The rank and file of the Nigerian Police Force have been called upon to rededicate themselves to the task maintenance of law and order in the society. The call was made by the Delta State Deputy Governor, Barr. Kingsley Otuaro in his office while decorating his escort commander, Mr. Owan Tarmaru-ebi with his new rank as an Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP).

Barr. Otuaro who was flanked during the occasion by his Deputy Chief of Staff. Hon. Steve Eruotor, Permanent Secretary, Office of the Deputy Governor, Mr. Nduka Okonkwo as well as others, described ASP Tarmaru-ebi as an upright, dedicated and a very inspiring police officer, and charged him to see his new elevation as a call to higher service in the force.

According to him; "I am very happy for you, the bible admonishes us to rejoice with those that are happy. And this is a great moment of joy for us as one big united family, ASP Tarmaru-ebi has been a very inspiring person who as a police officer still has time to organize outreach programmes where hundreds of people attend for salvation and God's blessings. I want to congratulate and wish him a resounding career in the Nigerian Police Force," Barr. Otuaro stated.

The state deputy governor asserted that, since ASP Tarmaru-ebi was drafted into his security team, he has impacted positively on the physical and spiritual lives of his colleagues and urged him to sustain his cordial relationship with them, especially in the area of his evangelical outreach. Barr. Otuaro who was overwhelmed by the promotion prayed God to open more doors of opportunity for the celebrant and wished him all the good things of life.

Responding, ASP Owan Tarmaru-ebi dedicated his promotion to God and promised to do his best in all assignments gives to him. He thanked the state deputy governor for his love for the security men attached to his office and assured him, on behalf of the security team of their total resolve in ensuring that the escort maintained order in the discharge of their duty.

ASP Tarmaru-ebi was enrolled into the Nigerian Police Academy, Kano in 2010, he graduated in 2011 as a Police Inspector and he is currently promoted to the rank of Assistant Superintendent of Police, ASP.