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IGP orders audit of police investments, subsidiaries

THE acting Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris, has engaged the services of two professional audit firms, Messers Nsebot William & Co and Gbenga Abimbola & Co, to undertake the audit of Police investments and subsidiaries.

He said the measure was in line with the Federal Government’s agenda to institutionalise fiscal discipline, transparency, probity and accountability in the management of public funds.

Idris made the disclosure while addressing the board and management of police investments bodies and subsidiaries, at the Police Headquarters, Abuja.

He said that the exercise was aimed at carrying out due diligence to ascertain the true financial position, assets and liabilities, challenges and recommendations on how to restructure and reposition the subsidiaries for efficient services, profitability and return of investment to shareholders and Nigeria Police Community at large.

According to the IGP, fighting corruption at all levels is part of his vision for the police, which is in tandem with the cardinal point of the present dispensation.

IGP Idris disclosed that the firms are to carry out the special assignment which would be completed in six weeks.