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Nigerian Police Gets Approval To Recruit 10,000 Officers Per Annum

The Nigerian Police Force has been given the ‘green light’ by the federal government to recruit 10,000 policemen every year to address the shortfall in the numerical capacity of the Force.

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This is contained in a speech issued by the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris on Wednesday at the Force headquarters, Abuja, shortly after receiving Insps. Amina Wilfred and Rachael Danjuma for winning the 19th IBB Ladies Open Amateur Golf Championship.

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The police chief explained that the recruitment was necessary to strengthen the operational efficiency of the police to combat crime in the country.

He said, “We can succeed in community policing when we address the ratio of one policeman to 400 citizens. Recruitment of rank and file had been stopped and there is no where you can have an effective police if you don’t have enough policemen to police the population and that is one of the areas we are addressing now.

“This administration has come up with the recruitment of 10,000 police officers and we are going to ensure, because the President has given us approval, every year we are going to address this 10,000 policemen and these strategic issues we need to address to be able to tackle effectively the efficiency of the Nigeria Police Force.”

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