The acting IG said the Force had identified some flashpoints, adding that it might commence the arrest of those who appear to pose a threat to credible elections.
Masaka Municipality leaders have opted for negotiations to resolve a long standing land dispute with the Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF).
But Adamu, who met with Command Commissioners of Police and other senior officers in Abuja on Monday (today), explained that the squad will henceforth operate under the state Commissioners of Police, while the Force headquarters unit would be under the DIG, Federal Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department.
Therefore, I cannot imagine you getting such answer.” We’re ready to neutralise all threats, say police Also, the Nigeria Police Force said the forthcoming election was a major security operation for which it had made the necessary security arrangement.
The Chief of Air Staff, who was in the area on a tour of the 23 Quick Response Wing of the Nigerian Air Force situated in the council, said the Force was awaiting the arrival of five helicopter gunships from Italy and one MI 35 from Russia “any moment from now.”
Adelani Adepegba The Nigeria Police Force said the forthcoming polls is a major security operation for which it had made the necessary security arrangement.
He also undertook some measures which then Police Spokesman, Mr. Moshood Jimoh, said would reposition the Force for “efficiency and effective service delivery”.
“He has already told them to stay and work with him to move the Force forward.
Eniola Akinkuotu and Adelani Adepegba, Abuja The acting Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has blamed the rot and inefficiency in the Nigeria Police Force on deficient leadership.
The Inspector General of Police, Ag IGP Abubakar Adamu Mohammed, has announced the appointment of ACP Frank Mba as the new Spokesman for the Nigeria Police Force (NPF).