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Fed govt responsible for corruption in Nigeria police

12 February 2015, 18:09

We are tired of been in the dark, I think the time is now for people to speak up. Freedom is certainly not what a you gain by feigning that all is well.

The Nigeria police force is ranked one of the most corrupt public institutions in the world.while i express my deepest regret over this trend, it will totally out of place if I fail to mention just few remote causes of corruption in the NPF one, it is on record that our police men get their training from schools that perfectly match a wealthy slump.

The environmental or pyschological impacts alone is such that ,it suggests to them that the government doesn't care about their health. No food, water, toilet or medical care for trainees. Even a prisoner is given better attention than them. Even when they passed out,they are compelled to kit themselves.

When they are posted to various commands,they are forced to work without pay for at least six months, on earth do you expect them to feed from? The garbage? They are underdeveloped and poorly paid.

No patrol vans, no accommodation, allowances are not paid.

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