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– The federal government has promised a reform of the Nigeria Police Force to improve the the institution’s effort in securing lives and property

– The minister of interior Abdulrahman Dambazzau said the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration’s policy is focused on Security

– He also said the present administration is aimed at helping Nigeria’s youth utilize their enormous potentials in nation building

The federal government has promised a reform of the Nigeria Police Force to improve the the institution’s effort in securing lives and property.

The minister of interior Abdulrahman Dambazzau while speaking at the matriculation ceremony of 182 cadets of the fourth regular course in Police Academy, Wudil, Kano said the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration’s policy is focused on Security, fighting corruption, and the creation of avenues for gainful employment.

The federal government said the reform will improve Police’s effort in securing lives and property.

The press secretary to the minister Ehisienmen Osaigbovo in a statement said Dambazzau informed the cadets that the present administration is aimed at helping Nigeria’s youth utilize their enormous potentials in nation building.

The minister of interior Abdulrahman Dambazzau informed said the present administration is helping Nigeria’s youth utilize their enormous potentials in nation building.

We gathered that minister also called on the matriculating cadets to take advantage of opportunities at their disposal to develop themselves into intelligent and efficient Police Officers capable of providing effective and efficient Policing to the nation.

Dambazzau tasked the inspector general of police Ibrahim Idris to ensure that the Academy turns out professionally equipped officers that will compete with their counterparts globally.

He further urged the commandant of the Academy, the coordinator, and other principal officers to contribute meaningfully towards the advancement of the Academy, being the first of its kind in Sub- Sahara Africa.

He urged principal officers to contribute meaningfully towards the advancement of the Academy, being the first of its kind in Sub- Sahara Africa.

 

Dambazzau also tasked the inspector general of police Ibrahim Idris to ensure that the Academy turns out professionally equipped officers that will compete with their counterparts globally.

At the event, a breakdown by the commandant of the Police Academy Aminchi Baraya, an assistant inspector general of police showed that nine cadets were admitted into the Faculty of Humanity, 39 in the Faculty of Law, while Social/Managerial Sciences and Faculty of Science admitted 52 and 82 Cadets respectively.

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