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Tinubu declares April 7 National Police Day in Nigeria

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has identified the complete overhaul of  police personnel as fundamental in his administration’s ongoing efforts to transform the Nigeria Police Force…

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has identified the complete overhaul of  police personnel as fundamental in his administration’s ongoing efforts to transform the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) into a modern, professional and accountable institution.

The president said the effort explains his administration’s wide-ranging reforms to revitalize the nation’s police force, and said that is why the federal government approved the first week of April as police week and the last day of the week as National Police Day.

President Tinubu, who spoke on Monday night during the maiden edition of the Nigeria Police Awards and Commendations ceremony in Abuja, stressed the need to engage men and women of the force in training and capacity-building to equip them with the expertise required to carry out the arduous task of modern policing.

Represented by Vice President Kashim Shettima, the President said: “In our tradition of honouring the Police Force in the life of this great nation, we have approved the adoption of the first week of April as Police Week. Furthermore, the last day of the week, the 7th of April, is hereby declared National Police Day in Nigeria.

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“Tonight, I must remind you that we don’t see you as just the shields of the nation. We don’t see you as robots. This is why we are here. We are here to humanise you,” the president declared.

In his goodwill message, President of the Senate, Godswill Akpabio, commended the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Kayode Egbetokun, for recognising the hardwork, resilience and patriotism of the officers and men of the police force.

Earlier in his welcome address, IGP Egbetokun applauded President Tinubu for his support to the force, as well as his administration’s efforts in ensuring the nation’s security forces are up to their game.

On his part, the Chairman of the Police Service Commission and former IGP, Mr Solomon Arase, advocated improved welfare package for men and women of the Nigeria Police Force.

 

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