Civil Society Coalition Boss Commends Nigeria Police

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ETUK Bassey Williams, president, Coalition of Civil Society Group, on September 16, has commended the Nigeria Police Force for its concerted efforts in tackling crimes across the country. Williams gave the remark while congratulating Ibrahim K. Idris, inspector-general of Police, IGP, on his confirmation as the 19th indigenous Police boss.

The civil society boss, who led a team of different groups on a courtesy call on Idris at the Force Headquarters, Abuja, on Friday, September 16, while expressing concern over the current security situation in the country, commended the concerted efforts of the Nigeria Police Force in ensuring adequate security and safety of life and property throughout the country.

He further lauded the commitment and dedication of officers and men of the Nigeria Police Force in crime prevention and detection, most especially in the area of visibility policing which he observed has led to drastic reduction in crime and criminality in the country. He promised that the group would continue to partner with the Force.

In his remarks, Idris expressed delight at the visit and acknowledged the fact that the group have always been partners in progress with the Nigeria Police Force.

He assured them that the Force will continue to commend it’s personnel for better performance. He told them that Nigeria Police performs excellently well while in foreign missions and urged them to give their maximum support to enhance efficiency in the Force.

The IGP informed the group that the re-organisation of X-Squad is aimed at strengthening the Force to fight corruption within and outside the Police Force. And that the Eminent Persons Forum was designed to partner with communities and find lasting solution to lingering problems in the society. On a final note, he advised the group to educate the masses on the importance of community policing and that policing is everybody’s business.

Other members who followed Williams to the IGP’s office comprised Save Nigeria Initiative and Democratic Movement, Centre for Human Rights Advocacy, (South West) Arewa Initiative (North West) Alliance for Good Governance, OAK Foundation (South West) Network of Young Female Leader of ECOWAS Community (South South) Northern Patriotic Front (North East) Centre for Leadership Network in Africa and Centre for leadership Development Initiative to the IGP office.

— Sep 20, 2016 @ 15:58 GMT

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