Jonathan Inaugurates Newly Renovated FCID Complex, Tasks Police On Maintenance Culture

Must Read

Oyo To Test 10,000 Persons For COVID-19

Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State says the state government will conduct COVID-19 test on at least 10,000 people...

Coronavirus: 104-Year-Old Woman Becomes Oldest Survivor

104-year-old Ada Zanusso from Italy defied all odds to stay alive after testing positive for coronavirus, Daily Mail reports.The...

Bayern Munich Set To Resume Training Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

The Bayern Munich squad will train “in small groups” on Monday, the club has confirmed.The first-team players would follow...

COVID-19: US Warns Citizens Seeking Evacuation From Nigeria

As numbers of US citizens in Nigeria clamour for evacuation from Nigeria over the novel coronavirus, the US mission...

No Research Linking 5G Network With COVID-19: Minister

Following the conspiracy theory pointing that the new 5g network may be responsible for the novel coronavirus death, Nigeria's...
daniel
Ardent Reader, News Freak, Socio-Political Commentator, Archaeologist & Pro-Democrat.

VICE PRESIDENT NAMADI SAMBO (M), CUTTING THE TAPE TO COMMISSION FORCE CID BUILDING COMPLEX IN ABUJA ON TUESDAY
VICE PRESIDENT NAMADI SAMBO (M), CUTTING THE TAPE TO COMMISSION FORCE CID BUILDING COMPLEX IN ABUJA ON TUESDAY

President Goodluck Jonathan in Abuja on Tuesday inaugurated the newly renovated complex of the Force Criminal Investigation Department (FCID), with a charge to exhibit maintenance culture.

Jonathan, who described the event as significant, said it was in furtherance of his administration’s resolve to effective policing of lives and property of citizens across the country.

Represented by Vice President Namadi Sambo, the president advised that strict code of maintenance should be put place and enforced to ensure effective usage of the complex.

“It showcases the resolve of government to provide an enabling environment for the security of lives and property of Nigerians and that the necessary support infrastructure is also provided aimed at improving efficiency and welfare of the Police Force.

“It is imperative that I reiterate the need for proper maintenance of this beautiful building.

“It is my advice that strict code of maintenance should be put in place and vigorously enforced to ensure that the building stands the test of time,’’ the News Agency of Nigeria quoted the president as saying during the inauguration.

He commended the Inspector General of Police, Mr. Mohammed Abubakar, and his management team, for their efforts at repositioning the police for greater service, and for carrying out the project at a reasonable cost.

“Let me add that I’m impressed with the works carried out at this edifice at a reasonable cost.

“Let me commend the Inspector-General of Police and his team for making this renovation work possible at an affordable price.

“It goes a long way to demonstrate the resolve and desire of the Inspector-General of Police for a modern and well motivated Police Force,’’ he added.

The event was attended by former Inspectors-General of Police, the Chief of Defence Staff, Admiral Ola Ibrahim; Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Alex Badeh; Chief of the Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Dele Ezeoba, Minister of Police Affairs, Navy Capt. Caleb Olubolade (rtd) among others. (NAN)

- Advertisement -

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -