Police Recruitment: Minister Assures 744 LGAs Of Fair Share
The Minister of Police Affairs, Alhaji Muhammadu Maigari Dingyadi, has assured all the local government areas in the country of equity and transparency in the ongoing police recruitment.
He gave the assurance in an interview with newsmen in Sokoto at the weekend.
“We will ensure that the recruitment is fair and transparent and all the local government areas in the country get their fair share,” he reiterated. He also said security agencies were doing their best in the fight against banditry and other security challenges in the country. “We are recording wonderful achievements in the area of security.”
“You know this is not a conventional war. It is a guerrilla-like war. They come to attack places that are remotely located and run away. “But our security operatives are pursuing them and by the Grace of God we will succeed,” he said.
The minister further explained that the new police law was meant to strengthen the police and reinvigorate the service. “We will have police that is friendly, encouraging. A system that will ensure peace and tranquility in the country,” he assured.
He urged Nigerians to support the police in maintaining peace and security in the country.
Dingyadi also reassured that the infrastructural deficit in the service would be dealt with by the Special Police Trust Fund.