Enyinnaya Danjuma Chukwueke was recruited into the Nigeria Police Force in 2016 and is currently an Assistant Superintendent of Police serving with the Enugu State Command. In his role as a senior officer, he is involved daily in the prevention and investigation of crime as well as administration and the management of officers under his command. As well as being a published writer, most notably in the field of cybercrime, Chukwueke prior to joining the police had garnered considerable work experience in the corporate sector, working with Transnational Corporation of Nigeria (Transcorp) Plc and in the legal sector, cutting his teeth with the litigation firm Fidelis Oditah & Co. Chukwueke attained a BA in Politics, Philosophy & Economics (PPE) from York University, UK in 2010 before retraining as a legal practitioner and being called to the Nigerian Bar in 2015. He is also the holder of an LLM amongst other qualifications in the legal and administrative fields. Currently building his management and leadership credentials, he aims to become a leading authority on the Nigerian public service with a focus on the
security and justice sectors.