Police to ensure equal opportunity in recruitment ― Minister

Minister of Police Affairs, Alhaji Muhammadu Maigari Dingjyadi, has assured that the ongoing recruitment into the Nigerian Police Force will be based on equal opportunities.

The minister disclosed that only the indigenes of each local government and state are being screened for the process.

He assured that officials of the ministry of police affairs are putting in efforts to ensure that only eligible candidate are allowed to participate.

The Minister stated this while speaking with journalists in his residence in Sokoto on Sunday.

Speaking on the efforts of the ministry against banditry in the country, the minister described the situation as war, saying the reason why it involves army and other security agencies in the fight.

He further said efforts are in top gear for the establishment of a mobile police unit in Sabon Birni local government area to help in combating crimes in the Eastern part of Sokoto State.

 

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