Police Committed To Welfare Of Personnel – IGP

Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris.

The Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, has expressed commitment of the force to improve the welfare of policemen.

Idris made the commitment while inaugurating Muhammadu Buhari Housing Estate at Agemowo, Badagry, Lagos.

The estate consists of 1,083 units of three bedrooms, semi-detached and two bedrooms fully detached on a 64 hectares of land.

“In my inaugural speech on July 22, 2016, I said the Nigerian police force will henceforth be guided by international core values of policing with integrity.

”My administration has sustained major result-oriented initiatives, aimed at reinvigorating the police welfare system through police cooperative and insurance which involves investments made by police personnel.

The IGP disclosed that similar projects were inaugurated in other parts of the country such as Katsina, Zamfara, Niger and FCT while that of ”Enugu will kick off soon”.

”The welfare of the personnel of the Nigeria Police force, especially the rank and file, is utmost for a more functional, proactive and effective police force,” he added.

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