Signs a Memorandum of Understanding for greater synergy on security
The wind of change in the Nigeria Police Force received greater impetus with the signing today, of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Nigeria Police and the German Development Corporation (GIZ). IGP Solomon E. Arase NPM, fdc  signed on behalf of the Nigeria Police Force, while the country representative of GIZ,    Dr. Thomas Kirsch signed on behalf of the German Corporation. The German Ambassador to Nigeria His Excellency, Ambassador Michael Zenner, who led the delegation to Force Headquarters promised continuous corporation of the German Government with the Nigeria Police Force.
The MoU amongst other things will advance the training and skill upgrade of Police personnel, support Police reforms, and border security.
IGP Solomon E. Arase NPM, fdc in his response thanked the German team for supporting the Police, and remarked that the MoU is a fall out of President Muhammandu Buhari’s visit to Germany few weeks ago, to further strengthens the Police and other security services capability to decapitate insurgency and other criminal vices in the country. He also used the occasion to assure the German Development Corporation of Nigeria Police readiness to work with them to achieve a robust synergy with the people and government of Germany.
 
CP EMMANUEL C. S. OJUKWU, psc
                   FORCE PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER,
                             FORCE HEADQUARTERS,
                                           ABUJA

2 COMMENTS

  1. What is NPM,and fdc? The man is an Inspector General of Police plain and simple. Any other title besides his position is quite irrelevant. By the way, how many times do you have to repeat those titles? By the way, how is it relevant to combating crime? I detest titles. It makes holders think more of themselves thereby making them to lose focus of what they are hired and/or appointed to do. Please, next time give yourself a break. All we need is the name and position occupied. Mentioning the position occupied once is good enough. Makes to conclude the rules of Journalism 101.

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