AIDENOGIE JOINS NOSAK GROUP AS CHIEF SECURITY OFFICER
The management of the Group has appointed Mr Eno-Edobor Thomas Aidenogie as Chief Security Officer (CSO) to boost the security architecture of the organization across operational zones and locations.
In his role, he will be responsible for the enhancement and improvement of physical security, prioritizing the security of employees by providing tips on trends, overseeing a network of security teams across the Group, and effectively working with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies to establish a strong and mutually beneficial relationship across the organization.
Until his appointment, Aidenogie had previously served in the Nigerian Police Force and retired as an Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP). He began his career in the force on 1st, January 1985 as a Cadet Inspector and retired voluntarily after thirty-five years of meritorious service to the nation.
In his active service, he worked in various Commands and Departments. He was a one-time PPRO and O/C Legal, Ogun State Police Command between 2001-2003; O/C Legal, DPO ‘B’ Division and ‘C’ Division respectfully in Niger State Command from 2003 – 2006 before he was posted to Detective College, PDC – Enugu as Legal Instructor in 2006.
Later between 2007 and 2008, he was Legal Officer in the office of the Inspector General of Police. Again from 2008 to 2011, he was deployed to Staff College, PSC – Jos as Legal Instructor and Trainer. After four years of service in Jos, He was posted to Lagos State Police Command, where he functioned in various offices as O/C, Human Right Resources Centre, HRRC in the office of the Commissioner of Police, DPO Elemoro and Ijesha-Tedo Divisions respectively.
In Lagos, he also served as O/C Area ‘B’ Command, Apapa; O/C Legal, State ECD, Panti, Yaba; O/C Provost Marshal of Lagos State Command and later O/C State Anti-Robbery Section D9 at the state SCID, Panti, Yaba.
Aidenogie holds a Bachelor of Law (LLB) degree from Ambrose Ali University, Ekpoma, Edo State, and attended the Nigerian Law School, Abuja. He was called to the Nigeria Bar in June 2001. He later proceeded to obtain a Diploma in Criminal Justice Administration from the University of Lagos. He holds several professional certifications obtained within and outside Nigeria. He is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police-United State of America (IACP-USA).