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Buhari Orders Removal of Police Orderly from  Politicians


Ayodele Afolabi, Abuja – President Mohammadu Buhari has ordered the Inspector General  of Police, IGP, Sunday Arase to immediately withdraw police orderly from big politicians and deploy them to regular duties.

Ne stated this  meeting with officials of the Ministry of Police Affairs and the Police Service Commission in the Presidential Villa.

President Buhari also said  that applicants having to pay bribes before being accepted into the police in the past was totally unacceptable.
The President told the officials that those in charge of recruitment and training in the Police must be above board and eschew every form of extortion and underhand dealing.

“You must ensure that the recruitment process is transparent. Those who will conduct the recruitment must be above board. It should not be heard that they receive gratification or extort money from those who want to enlist in the police,”

On the stagnation of policemen on a rank for many years, the President counselled the Police Service Commission to review the current structure of the police, and make recommendations on how the problem can be solved to boost the morale of serving policemen.

The Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Police Affairs, Dr James Obiegbu had, in his briefing of the President, listed inadequate police personnel, dwindling finances and non-rehabilitation of police training schools as some of the challenges facing the police.

The Chairman of the Police Service Commission, Sir Mike Okiro said that the country needed to have more than the 305,579 policemen and women which it has at present for effective policing.

Okiro expressed appreciation to Buhari for approving the recruitment of 10,000 additional policemen and women earlier this week.


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