Boko Haram insurgency would soon be a thing of the past.

KAYODE IDOWU writes in punch today.

Acting Inspector General of Police, Suleiman Abba, has assured the nation that the Boko Haram insurgency would soon be a thing of the past.
He also urged his men to brace for the challenges of securing the affected areas after the insurgents might have been flushed out and the emergency rule lifted with the police made to perform its primary role of internal security.
The IGP, who paid a visit to the Borno State Police Command on Wednesday, noted that the full implementation of Nigerian Police reforms by the 36 state governments in the country, along with the attitudinal change of officers and men of the Force would ensure better policing of the country. Abba who addressed more than 1,500 police officers and men of Borno State Police Command, described policemen
serving in state as heroes and urged them to be more committed to their duty.
The IGP while stating that with the visit to the Command he has kick-started visits to police formations in the country, said he was impressed by reports of good conduct and dedication of the officers and men of the Borno State Command in fighting
insurgency that has claimed many lives and property. He said, “As far as I am concerned, all policemen and women and of course personnel of various security agencies serving in Borno today are heroes,because of their determination and dedication to support in the fight
against violent crimes we’ve been
witnessing in this part of the country.”
He urged police officers and men not
to entertain any fear as their calling
was to protect people’s lives and
property in the country.
He said the Nigeria Police would not
relent in the discharge of their duties
particularly at a period of insecurity in
the nation.
“We were never relenting in the
protection of lives and properties in
Nigeria,” he declared.
While receiving 40 Hilux vehicles
donated to the police by Borno State
Government at the Maiduguri
Government House, he disclosed that
the donation was in fulfillment of the
anticipated reform in the Nigerian
Police, calling on other governor to
follow suit to quicken the reform
package.
He promised an improved salary,
communication and uniform to all the
policemen in the country.
Boko Haram insurgency would
soon be a thing of the past.
He also urged his men to brace for the
challenges of securing the affected
areas after the insurgents might have
been flushed out and the emergency
rule lifted with the police made to
perform its primary role of internal
security.
The IGP, who paid a visit to the Borno
State Police Command on Wednesday,
noted that the full implementation of
Nigerian Police reforms by the 36 state
governments in the country, along with
the attitudinal change of officers and
men of the Force would ensure better
policing of the country.
Abba who addressed more than 1,500
police officers and men of Borno State
Police Command, described policemen
serving in state as heroes and urged
them to be more committed to their
duty.
The IGP while stating that with the visit
to the Command he has kick-started
visits to police formations in the
country, said he was impressed by
reports of good conduct and
dedication of the officers and men of
the Borno State Command in fighting
insurgency that has claimed many lives
and property.
He said, “As far as I am concerned, all
policemen and women and of course
personnel of various security agencies
serving in Borno today are heroes,
because of their determination and
dedication to support in the fight
against violent crimes we’ve been
witnessing in this part of the country.”
He urged police officers and men not
to entertain any fear as their calling
was to protect people’s lives and
property in the country.
He said the Nigeria Police would not
relent in the discharge of their duties
particularly at a period of insecurity in
the nation.
“We were never relenting in the
protection of lives and properties in
Nigeria,” he declared.
While receiving 40 Hilux vehicles
donated to the police by Borno State
Government at the Maiduguri
Government House, he disclosed that
the donation was in fulfillment of the
anticipated reform in the Nigerian
Police, calling on other governor to
follow suit to quicken the reform
package.
He promised an improved salary,
communication and uniform to all the
policemen in the country.

I love my country Nigeria.

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