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Police to promote highly qualified officers

16 December 2014, 18:04

Abuja - The Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Suleiman Abba, has endorsed the consideration of junior officer with university and other tertiary education certificates for elevation to Senior Officer cadre.
Force Spokesman, Emmanuel Ojukwu, disclosed the development in Abuja.

He said the development is in line with the Inspector-General resolve to further boost the motivate officers.

“In line with his resolve to further boost the morale of Police workforce the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Suleiman Abba, has given approval for the consideration of Inspectors, Rank and File with university and other tertiary education certificates for elevation to the Senior Officer cadre,” the statement read.

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The force spokesman added that the circular to that effect was issued yesterday wherein Commands and Formations across the country were directed to compile and forward the names of all serving Inspectors and Rank and File with Higher Certificates such as university degrees and other tertiary qualifications for necessary processing.

Ojukwu said the IGP re-emphasized his commitment to improve the welfare of all Police personnel.

- CAJ News


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