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Police bids Ogunbiyi, others farewell; 2 DIGs appointed; Force PRO, 14,052 Inspectors promoted; 9,016 ASP11 confirmed

A delegation of the Police Management Team led by DIG Mohammed Dan Mallam on Wednesday July 19, 2023 joined the Management of the Police Service Commission at its Corporate Headquarters in Jabi, Abuja to officially bid some Members of the Commision farewell in a convivial valedictory session held in their …

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Maritime security: US Coast Guard undertakes peer review of Nigerian maritime domain

• NIMASA cooperating to close identified gaps • Jamoh seeks Nigeria’s removal from the list of CoE Countries The United States Coast Guard says it is committed to Nigeria’s quest to implementing the International Ships and Ports Security (ISPS) Facility Code in line with acceptable global best practice. Lt. Cdr. Jonna L. Clouse who is leading …

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IGP orders withdrawal of mobile policemen from ex-political office holders, VIPs

The acting Inspector General of Police (IGP), Kayode Egbetokun, has ordered the withdrawal of Mobile Police Force personnel attached to Very Important Persons (VIPs) in the country including ex-governors, former ministers and lawmakers. The order, which was contained in a police wireless message from Mopol 45 Force Headquarters, Abuja, comes …

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IGP orders deployment of Commissioners of Police, harps on professionalism, integrity (See who is where)

Tasks newly posted CPs to key into policing vision, prioritize communal, citizen safety The Acting Inspector-General of Police, Ag. IGP Olukayode Adeolu Egbetokun, following the approval of his recommendation by the Police Service Commission, has ordered the deployment of 35 Commissioners of Police to various state commands and formations across …

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Beware of fake website, online employment schemes, NIMASA warns  

 Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has disclaimed “a fraudulent employment scheme currently making the rounds online, and especially on various social media platforms” purporting that the Agency would soon commence a “‘massive recruitment’ exercise.” A statement by the Management of the Agency said that the fraudsters had been known …

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