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Three people dead as FRSC officers causes accident in Ibadan.

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Three people dead as FRSC officers causes accident in Ibadan.
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This is the kind of thing that happens when some officers leaves the work they were designated to do and starts doing another thing.

This happened at Lagos Ibadan expressway. According to reports, some officers of the federal road safety corps who were on duty along the expressway way, pursued a vehicle for refusing to stop and give them whatever they demanded. They used thier vehicle to chase the other driver down the expressway towards the guru maraji junction in Ibadan where the car hit some innocent people and three people lost thier lives in the accident and some injured. According to an eye witness, one FRSC officer lost his life in the accident too while the other officers ran a way though people around got hold of one officer.



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    Names Of The Police Officers Killed In Taraba State by Soldiers.

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    Names Of The Police Officers Killed In Taraba State by Soldiers.
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    According to the three (3) police officers murdered on 6th August, the police has now announced the names of the effected Police officers who were killed by the Nigerian soldiers while on duty.

    The names of the police officers was announced on Thursday.

    They were fatally shot by soldiers and praised their record of courageous service to the nation.

    The police spokesperson, Frank Mba, named the officers as:

    Mark Ediale (an inspector from Edo State)

    Usman Danzumi and Dahiru Musa (both sergeants) from Taraba State.

    They were all of the celebrated Intelligence Response Team (IRT).

    The raised the case on Wednesday, August 7, 2019 that the three officers that was murdered.

    The inspector, two sergeants, and a civilian.

    They were shot to death during a confrontation with the soldiers along Ibi-Jalingo Road in Taraba State on Tuesday, August 6 while carrying a suspected kidnaper kingpin in a police bus on Tuesday evening.

    So many other police officers were injured in the gunfire and it was led by Superintendent police team.

    Assistant police officer, were also injured in the gunfire.

    The gallant, outstanding IRT team attacked by soldiers in Taraba State consists of some of the most disciplined, proficient and hardworking police investigators in the service of the Nation.

    Until their untimely death in the hands of soldiers of 93 Battalion Takum, Taraba State, all these effected Police officers have participated in so many high profile and high risk arrests, and they have also gone on a rescue missions and investigative operations,

    Police said: The effected Police officers took part in the arrest of Nigerias most famous kidnap suspect, Evans.

    They also participated in the arrest of 22 Boko Haram suspects in kidnapping of the Chibok School Girls in Borno State in the year 2014.

    The Force described the team of the effected Police officers as one of the "most highly trained IRT teams" in the country.

    They are highly recommended!.

    And Forever Remembered!!.

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    POLICE FORCE SETS TO REDUCE THE PREVALENCE OF POT BELLIED OFFICERS

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    In order to maintain a decent and respected commission,  the Police Service Commission (PSC) says henceforth police officers will no longer be promoted to the next rank without the requisite training programmes and examinations.

    A statement by the commission’s Head, Press and Public Relations, Ikechukwu Ani, said the commission`s Chairman, Musiliu Smith, disclosed this at a meeting with the management of the Nigeria Police Force on Friday in Abuja.

    “From now and henceforth, one of the conditions for promotion must be attendance and passing the senior Command Course for senior officers and other prescribed courses for others,” he said.

    Mr Smith said the force before now had promoted officers severally without attending the requisite training programmes attached to the ranks.

    “Henceforth, result of performance of officers from appropriate training courses must be attached to the recommendation to the commission for promotion,” he said.

    Mr Smith, who frowned at irregular postings of officers, said officers should be allowed to stay at a new post for two to three years.

    He expressed displeasure on the long stay of officers posted to the Police Mobile Force (PMF) and called that the practice be stopped.

    The chairman advised that every police officer should be a licensed driver so that during operations, in case of the sudden incapacitation of the team’s driver, someone else would take over.

    He warned against the indiscriminate conversion of police specialists to general duty without due consideration to their valuable role in the force.

    “There is official procedure for conversion and henceforth, this should be strictly followed.

    “Officers recruited to work in the workshop, signals and other professional departments/units should be left and encouraged to pursue their careers,” he said.

    He urged the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, to revisit recent carried conversions, and return them to their special departments.

    The chairman called for a harmonised method of producing police uniforms that would be the same from a reputable source.

    He called for the construction of a standard and modern barracks which would enhance effective community policing.

    On physical fitness, he urged the management to arrest the growing population of pot-bellied police officers.

    In his remark, the IGP said that the management was determine to transform the force to a more people-friendly organisation.

    He said that discipline, which was the foundation upon which the force was built, would be sustained.

    Mr Idris solicited the support of the commission to ensure that the highest level of discipline was elicited from officers.

    The police boss reminded the chairman of the recommendation of some AIGs to be promoted to DIGs to replace the retired ones.

    “This will help the force to continue to pilot the affairs of the force at the strategic level and also assist the police in preparing for the Osun governorship election and the 2019 general elections,” he said.

    He urged the chairman to help the force get assistance from the federal government to enable it surmount some of its challenges.

     

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    Willie Obiano inaugurates the principal officers he appointed barely 24 hours ago!

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    Willie Obiano inaugurates the principal officers he appointed barely 24 hours ago!
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    The appointees  are Prof Solo Chukwulobelu who retains his position as the Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Sir Willie Nwokoye, who also retains his position as the Principal Secretary to the Governor and Mr Primus Odili who becomes the new Chief of Staff to the Governor while Mr James Eze, formerly a Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Media assumes the position of the Chief Press Secretary.  

    The new appointees who were formally informed of their appointments by the Permanent Secretary, Office of the Secretary to the State Government, Dr Daniel Ezeanwu shall be sworn in at 1pm on Monday March 19, 2018. 

    Obiano

    These appointments follow the same pattern of readiness demonstrated by Governor Obiano in his first term when he swore in his principal officers a day after his inauguration.

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