Connect with us

Uncertainty as police officers seek to put an end to the strike

Victorious

Published

on

Follow
NAIJA NEWS: Uncertainty as police officers seek to put an end to the strike [New Naija News] » Naijacrawl
Photo: Naijacrawl

The Nigeria Police Force (NPF) is still unsure whether or not its efforts to prevent a walkout scheduled for Saturday will be heeded by the ranks and file.



As a result, according to NAIJACRAWL, the office of the Inspector General of Police, Usman Akali Baba, has maintained a high level of effort in order to thwart any planned industrial action by the rank and file.

Heads of all police formations across the country have ordered that all personnel attached to them be at work as early as 8 a.m. on Saturday, less than 24 hours before the nationwide protest and strike.

Any police officer who fails to report for duty on Saturday will be suspected of having an ulterior motive in support of the strike action.

As a result, Commissioners of Police, DPOs, and other department heads are obliged to provide hourly situation reports on events in their districts until stand down, while supervising officers are required to keep a register in all command and formation offices.

Furthermore, no officer is permitted to travel without permission, as doing so would result in harsh punishment.

Junior police officers in Nigeria have expressed their dissatisfaction with what they describe substandard care, particularly the failure to implement the new police salary system.

They claim that, while their counterparts in the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission are paid far more, they are only paid N47,000 per month.

Click Here To Comment




Ojo Sunday Victor, A Professional Graphics Designer, and a skilled Content Writer in Entertainment, News and Sport Update.!An Undergraduate in Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH, Ogbomoso). Read More

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Be first to comment


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Naija News

Hausa community in Lagos promises Sanwo-Olu massive votes as they seek reversal of ban on commercial motorcyclists

Victorious

Published

on

NAIJA NEWS: Hausa community in Lagos promises Sanwo-Olu massive votes as they seek reversal of ban on commercial motorcyclists [New Naija News] » Naijacrawl
Photo: Naijacrawl
Hausa leaders in Lagos State have petitioned Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu to lift the prohibition on Okada operations in the state's six local government areas.The leaders emphasized that the Hausa community has a sizable voting base in Lagos and that they contribute to election ballots.Following the lynching and burning of David Imoh, alias David Sound, by commercial motorcycle riders, the Lagos State Governor declared a ban on commercial motorcycle activities in si...
Continue Reading

Naija News

ASUU Reveals When Strike Will Finally End

Ziyech

Published

on

NAIJA NEWS: ASUU Reveals When Strike Will Finally End [New Naija News] » Naijacrawl
Photo: Naijacrawl
The Academic Staff Union of Universities on Sunday said it would not end the strike it embarked on until government paid all the salaries of its members it withheld.The President of ASUU, Prof. Abiodun Ogunyemi in a telephone interview with our correspondent in Lagos, said government should not expect the lecturers to resume without paying the withheld salaries.Recall that there were reports on November 27 that the union had agreed to end its strike following the Fe...
Continue Reading

Naija News

FG and ASUU reach agreement to end strike

elnino

Published

on

NEWS: FG and ASUU reach agreement to end strike [New Naija News] » Naijacrawl
Photo: Naijacrawl
The federal government of Nigeria and the academic staff Union of universities has reached an agreement to end the ongoing nationwide strike by the Union. The agreement to end the nationwide strike which has lasted for three months was signed on Tuesday in abuja by the two waring bodies.The strike which the lecturers commenced last year as a result of the agreement reached with the federal government of Nigeria since 2009 which has not being implemented. The two...
Continue Reading

Latest


Download Naijacrawl App today

Fastest way to read on the go

Download the Naijacrawl App.