IGP, Retired IGPs meets to Seek Effective Partnership with Police, PSC

By David Orji

The Inspector-General of Police, Usman Alkali Baba in a meeting has assured members of the force commitment under the current leadership to positively collaborate with the Police Service Commission for effective implementation of the Police Reform agenda.

According to Olumuyiwa Adejobi, Force Public Relations Officer, this was revealed during a meeting with the Chairman of the Police Service Commission, Ex-IGP Dr. Solomon Arase, and retired Inspectors-General of Police on Wednesday at the Police Service Commission Corporate Headquarters in Jabi, Abuja.

The meeting, convened at Dr. Arase’s request, discussed issues affecting the Commission and the Nigeria Police Force, drawing on the experiences of retired officers who have piloted the affairs of the Nigeria Police Force and the Commission at various times.

IGP Sunday Ehindero (retired), IGP Mike Mbama Okiro (retired), IGP Ogbonna O. Onovo (retired), and IGP Suleiman Abba (retired) were among the retired IGPs who attended the meeting.

The PSC Chairman thanked the IGP and retired IGPs for accepting his invitation while assuring that the Commission will not relent in ensuring the welfare of Police Officers and Men.

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