Recruitment into the Nigerian Police Force to begin soon - NPF

The Nigerian Police Force has announced that recruitment into the agency would commence in no distant time.

The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali Baba, stated this in Jos during his working visit to Plateau state Police Command. 

IGP Alkali disclosed that the Force and the Police Service Commission are working closely in preparation for the recruitment processes. 

He lamented the loss of gallant police officers while appreciating the sacrifice of fallen heroes, assuring that eligible children of fallen heroes of the force would be considered during the recruitment.

IGP Alkali further restated the commitment of his administration to improve the welfare and working conditions of police officers to enable them do more exploits for the Nigeria Police and the country at large.

While interacting with personnel of the command, the Police helmsman who said that he is determined to reposition the force also stressed the need for attitudinal change by members of the force as he will not hesitate to give as good as he gets to redeem the trust and confidence of the citizenry.

He charged police officers to exorcise the impression that they are in the worst profession, prioritize the job, do their work diligently, and should be optimistic that they can succeed economically and socially in the police if they work with the fear of God.

He also expressed his profound gratitude to police officers across the country for their hard work and sacrifice which sometimes lead to the loss of lives. He described these as uncommon devotion to the service of their fatherland.

According to the Nigerian Police Publication, The New Dawnthe IGP is travelling across the country to restore confidence and hope of police officers as they battle for law and order, public safety and security challenges in the wake of an anti-police militancy in some parts of the country while the country battles an insurgency and a spike in violent crime.

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