Excellence they say is never an accident; it is rather the gradual result of always striving to do better.
Engr. Okwudiri Ohaa is surly an epitome of excellence born out of the desire to enthrone efficiency and integrity in service as a public servant.
As the Chief Fire Officer of Enugu State Fire Service, Engr. Okwudili Ohaa has continued to draw admiration and commendations to the topnotch professional way men of the Enugu State Fire Service have effectively tackled fire outbreak in the state.
Due to the unprecedented approach to service, this newspaper deemed it fit to honour him as The Flame Man for the Month of January 2020 which is our new way of celebrating excellence in service for Public servants in the State and beyond.
Below is the brief Profile of Engr. Okwudiri Ohaa .
You can also read his exclusive interview with us, @ https://www.choiceflame.com.ng/2020/02/03/interview-how-enugu-fire-service-grew-formidable/
Name: Engr. Okwudiri Daniel Ohaa
Date of Birth: November 24. 1975
Family: Engr. Ohaa hails from Enugu State, he is happily married and blessed with three children
Education qualification: Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT) where he studied Mechanical /production Engineering
Career: Following the need for qualified /graduate engineers in the Enugu State Fire Service, Engr. Ohaa transferred his service from the PPSMB to Enugu State Fire Service as a Senior Fîre Officer II on 4th October, 2005
Appointment: Engr. Ohaa was appointed the head of the State Fire Service with effect from 1st July, 2016 by His Excellency, the Executive Governor of Enugu State Rt. Hon. (Dr.) Ifeanyichukwu Lawrence Ugwuanyi a position he still holds
Major Achievement in Service: As the head of the State Fire Service, he has done marvelously well to raise the State Fire Service to International standard, with the great encouragement of His Excellency, the Governor of Enugu State Rt. Hon. (Dr.) Ifeanyichukwu Lawrence Ugwuanyi, and the entire staff of Enugu State Fire Service.
He has also introduced the international best practices, not only in firefighting, but in fire service generally.