Usman Alkali Baba, inspector-general of police (IGP), has pledged to ensure a “professionalised” force in Nigeria at the end of his tenure in office.
Baba, who was appointed in April, 2021 made this pledge on Friday, while speaking to stakeholders during a one-day duty tour of the Jigawa police command.
The IGP also warned officers recording police activities in audio or video and sending same out through social media platforms to desist from such acts, warning any police officer caught doing that will be punished accordingly.
“I want to leave a legacy of professionalised police, a dedicated police force with sincerity of purpose, zeal and courage,”
“I will also reward hardworking officers and punish bad eggs in service.
“Reward is to motivate, while punishment is to serve as deterrent to others.”
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