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I have heard some very kind words said about the new Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mr. Mohammed Adamu. And of course for the entire period that the last IGP, Mr. Ibrahim Idris was in office a load of nasty things had also been said about his character and lack of professionalism. Actually he started…
What it means for IGP Idris Kpotun to remain in office
Available records say Idris Kpotun, who would rise to the exalted position of Police Inspector General, enlisted into the Nigerian Police Force on 3 January, 1984.
Tenure extension of IGP: Ehindero and Okiro examples
The tenures of IG Sunday Ehindero and Mike Okiro that were extended by the administrations of former President Olusegun Obasanjo and Yar Adua respectively. Obasanjo extended the tenure of Ehindero by one year. Former President Yar’Adua extended the tenure of Okiro till 2010. But President Buhari cannot extend the tenure of IGP Ibrahim Idris because…
Mike Okiro tasks Nigerians on unity, others
Nigerians have been enjoined to rededicate their lives to what will unite the country.
Lagos lawmaker canvases improved welfare for police
Lawmaker representing Lagos East zone, Senator Gbenga Ashafa, has called on officers of the Nigerian Police Force to cooperate with the new chairman, Nigerian Police Service Commission...
Police Service Commission explains sack of 95 reinstated workers
The leadership of the Police Service Commission (PSC) has explained why it sacked the reinstated 95 workers of the commission. Their sacking was done, despite the ruling of the National Industrial Court, which ordered that they be reinstated.
Boosting police image with face-lift
One of the image problems the Nigeria police have had to tackle with over the years is filthiness emanating mostly from vacancy of creativity in their workplace and barracks.
Okorocha seeks increment in Imo quota for police recruitment
Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State has appealed to the Police Service Commission (PSC) to increase the quota allotted to the state.
Botched Kano Wedding: Couples seek compensation for rights violation
Two weeks ago, they were denied the right to associate and the fanfare of an elaborate pro bono wedding ceremony, at the instance of Kwankwasiyya Development Foundation, the foundation owned by former governor of Kano State, Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso.
Police recruitment: 115 to face prosecution for certificate forgery, impersonation
The Police Service Commission (PSC) has shortlisted 110,469 applicants for the next phase of assessment to fill the 10,000 Police vacancies approved by the President last year.