Police to recruit 20,000 officers- Inspector General of Police
The Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba has disclosed that the Nigerian Police Force will soon recruit 20,000 officers.
He made this known on Tuesday in Ibadan when he paid a courtesy visit to Seyi Makinde, the Governor of Oyo State. Information Guide Nigeria
The IGP said the police officers were ready to increase in strength and size to improve internal security.
Baba said that the President of Nigeria, General Muhammadu Buhari has given approval for enlistment
He assured that every state and local government area would be a beneficiary since the officers would serve at their respective LG after training.
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In response, governor Makinde assured maximum cooperation with the police and other security agencies.
Baba explained that his visit was to create awareness with stakeholders on community policing.
As reported by Daily Post, in his words, “We did not just begin (community policing), it started as far back as 2004 but has not been effectively used by the government and members of the public” jamb results
“But over these few months, with the leadership of the police in the state, we have serious cooperation and the inter-agency rivalry has been reduced to the barest minimum”, he said.
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