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Police Return To The Streets of Ibadan

Police in Ibadan have now complied with the directive of the Inspector General of Police, IGP, Mr Muhammed Adamu for officers to return to their duty posts. According to Radio Nigeria reporter who monitored some traffic-prone areas in Ibadan, some officers were seen in mufti performing skeletal duties. A police officer who pleaded anonymity said, […]Continue Reading

Ogun, Ekiti, 2 Other States Get New CPs

The Inspector-General of Police, IGP, Mr Mohammed Adamu, has appointed four new Commissioners of Police for Ekiti, Bayelsa, Cross River and Ogun states. The announcement was made via the twitter handle of the Nigeria Police Force, @PoliceNG. The new Commissioner of Police in Ekiti is Mobayo Babatunde. He replaces Mr Amba Asuquo who has been promoted […]Continue Reading

IGP Inaugurates CPAC in Osun State

The Inspector General of Police, IGP,CPAC Mr Mohammed Adamu says members of Nigeria rural communities must be mobilised and empowered to be active in security of lives and property in their domain. This he said at the inauguration of the Community Policing Advisory Committee in Osun State. Correspondent, Adenitan Akinola has the story. Adenitan AkinolaContinue Reading
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Proposed Recruitment of Forty Thousand Community Policing Officers

The Inspector General of Police, IGP, Mohammed Adamu had at different fora, announced plans by the federal government to recruit forty thousand community policing officers to compliment Nigeria Police Force in law enforcement functions. The community policing officers also known as Special Constables, will be recruited within the communities where the applicants reside, Continue Reading