FG committed to protecting lives, property of citizens – Police Affairs Minister

Maigari Dingyadi

FG committed to protecting lives, property of citizens – Police Affairs Minister

The Minister of Police Affairs, Muhammad Dingyadi, has reiterated Federal Government’s commitment to ensure the protection of lives and property in the country.

Dingyadi said this on Monday in Abuja at the of INTERPOL Week, 2021.

He said Nigeria was currently with a series of criminal and security challenges ranging from terrorism, banditry, trafficking in arms, cyber crimes and other illicit activities.

“The Federal Government administration has promised Nigerians that security of lives and property is its objective.

“In furtherance to this, the President re-established the Ministry of Police Affairs to give special attention to policy issues with a view to repositioning the Nigeria Police for better service delivery.

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“We are currently with the Police Service Commission, the Inspector of Police (I-G) to implement government policy of recruiting 10,000 policemen annually,” he said.

Dingyadi said the ministry was working with the IG of Police to ensure that the necessary tools and equipment needed by officers were provided to take policing to the next level.

He added that the Federal Government is also collaborating with international partners to ensure that the National Central Bureau (NCB) is adequately equipped.

According to him, the idea was to support the Nigeria Police and other relevant agencies to on their .

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Also speaking, the Inspector–General of Police, Mr Usman , commended the courage of officers of the Nigeria Police and other law agencies for keeping the spirit of INTERPOL alive.

Baba commended men of INTERPOL NCB for supporting global law enforcement efforts in tracking and bringing to book, trans-national criminals.

He said NCB had supported efforts by the Nigeria Police and sister agencies to contain the challenges of illegal migration, trafficking in persons, banditry and terrorist attacks.

“In spite of these successes, a lot needs to be done. We need to step up our collaborative efforts, devise new strategies and build enduring partnerships to contain current and emerging security challenges.

“In this regard, we must appreciate the regular support of INTERPOL General Secretariat, in availing us its tools and resources to police operations.” NAN quoted him as saying

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