IGP meets predecessors on better policing
The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Usman Baba, has met with the Chairman, Police Service Commission (PSC), Ex-IGP Solomon Arase, and retired I-GPs in Abuja to strategies on achieving better policing in Nigeria.
The Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, in a statement on Thursday said the meeting discussed issues affecting the commission and the Nigeria Police Force.
He said the meeting was also used to draw from the experiences of the retired officers who had at various times piloted the affairs of the force and PSC.
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Adejobi said the retired IGP’s who graced the meeting included Sunday Ehindero, Mike Okiro, Ogbonna Onovo and Suleiman Abba.
According to him, the PSC chairman appreciated the I-GP and retired I-GPs for honoring his invitation while assuring that the commission under him will not relent in making sure that the welfare of officers and men are well catered for.
“The I-GP assured them of the commitment of the force under the current leadership to promote positive collaborations with the commission for effective implementation of the Police Reform agenda.
“He appreciated the PSC Chairman for the thoughtfulness in assembling the eggheads for the laudable meeting,” he said. (NAN)
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