IGP Abubakar urges personnel to see their duty as service of sacrifice


The Inspector General of Police, Mr Mohammed Adamu, has urged officers and men of the Nigerian Police Force in Anambra State to continue to carry out their duties diligently and in conformity with the best professional standards and respect to the fundamental rights of all citizens.

Mr Abubakar stated this during his assessment visit to Anambra State on the aftermath of #EndSARS protests that resulted in the destruction and looting of government property including police outposts, with a reported number policemen killed during the violent agitation.

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The IGP who was in Anambra State to also interact and commiserate with the command on the loses suffered during the protests, urged the officers and men of the force to see their constitutional responsibilities as a huge sacrifice that demands patience, tenacity and tolerance.

The police chief also commiserated with families of the serving members of the institution whose relatives died or were injured during the protest.

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Mr Abubakar assured that the Nigerian Police Force remains committed to the security of lives and property in the country, and urged his men to remain committed in the discharge of their duties.


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