Recruitment of 10, 000 Policemen Must Folllow Due Process – Okiro

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Chairman of Police Service Commission (PSC), Chief Mike Okiro, has said the method of recruiting 10,000 police­men into the Nigeria Po­lice Force, as authorised by the Federal Govern­ment, must remain sacro­sanct and uncompromis­ing, in line with President Muhammadu Buhari’s change mantra.

Okiro disclosed this in Onitsha when more than 10 civil society groups unanimously honoured him as the best outstand­ing PSC boss since its in­ception about 30 years ago.

The civil society groups included the Transparen­cy group, Human Rights Justice and Peace Foun­dation, Campaign for De­mocracy (CD), Human Rights Volunteers Against Corruption, Nigerian Elders Forum, Nigerian Peoples Assembly, Inter­national Patriot Against Corruption, Ndigbo Unit­ed Assembly, Western Movement for Justice, among others.

The PSC chairman stated that he was highly elated and expressed grat­itude to the groups for the honour done to him, add­ing that he never expected such a revered award from groups of reputable hu­man rights organisations.

Okiro later dedicated the award to the Inter­nally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and the Nigerian security operatives, who lost their lives in the course of defending the nation, having fought gallantly to suppress the activities of insurgents in the North East region.

In their remarks, the leader of the group, Mr. Ifeanyi Odili, its secre­tary, Abdullahi Jabi and the spokesperson, Dede Uzor A. Uzor noted that the award was bestowed on Okiro purely on merit having distinguished him­self as the best so far, add­ing that his style of quality leadership was worthy of emulation.

They urged other public office holders to emulate Okiro for his exemplary leadership both as a one-time Inspector-General of Police (IGP) and as the incumbent chairman of PSC.


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