The Head of Press and Public Relations of the PSC, Ikechukwu Ani, made this known in a statement on Thursday
Browsing: Solomon Arase
A two-day retreat for retired Inspectors General of Police and other stakeholders in security issues will hold from Monday, August 21st to Wednesday 23rd 2023 in Ibadan, Oyo State, where these experienced officers will brainstorm on how best to intervene in ensuring strategic and effective policing in Nigeria.
The petition, signed by the Chief Operating Officer of the group, Ebenezer M. Omejalile, was obtained on Thursday.
The duo were accused of constituting themselves into a jury and judge over a land tussle in the Epe axis of Lagos State.
The lawyer, from the chambers of I. O. Lala and Idowu Orekunrin, made the demands in a petition to Arase and the CP.
In a petition to Arase, the traditional ruler alleged that the Senior Police Officer did this through a back door order.
The Commission, on Friday, also commended the acting Inspector General of Police, IGP Kayode Egbetokun
The Head of Press and Public Relations of the PSC, Ikechukwu Ani, confirmed the appointments on Friday
Arase’s position was disclosed in a statement issued on Friday by the Commission’s Spokesman, Ikechukwu Ani.
RULAAC also demanded a prompt, impartial and effective investigation into the alleged case of a car theft syndicate unravelled by the duo of Babatunde and Akano.
Arase made the pledge at the Consultative meeting between PSC and security stakeholders in Abuja, assuring that he would deliver a Police Force “of our dreams and aspirations; able and willing to provide services to the Nigerian people in the most transparent, responsible and responsive manner”.
The Head of Press and Public Relations of PSC, Ikechukwu Ani announced this in a statement issued Tuesday in Abuja.
The Force Public Relations Officer, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, confirmed the meeting in a statement he issued on Thursday.
The Chairman, Police Service Commission (PSC) Solomon Arase has expressed worry about the about cases of human rights abuses against police officers, declaring that the operatives have no business in issues relating to land matters or debt collection.
The convener of the group, Sunny Ifijen, made the call on Friday via a congratulatory message to the former Inspector General of Police (IGP) on his appointment.
He made the vow while addressing newsmen on his assumption of office at the commission on Thursday in Abuja.
Obasanjo made the revelation on Thursday while delivering his remarks at the public presentation of the book, ‘Policing The Nigeria Police,’ written by the first chairperson of the PSC, Simon Okeke, in Abuja.
This is contained in a statement issued Monday by Special Adviser on Media to the Minister, Sufuyan Ojeifo in Abuja.
How much do we celebrate Nigeria as the land of Aliko Dangote, Tony Elumelu, Wole Soyinka, Chinua Achebe, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Okonjo-Iweala, Akinwumi Adesina, Adebayo Ogunlesi (the investment banker who owns Gatwick Airport in London), Robert Okojie (who was inducted into the Inventors Hall of Fame of the United States’ National Aeronautics Space Administration, NASA), Olawale Sulaiman, (one of the best neurosurgeons and experts in spinal surgery in America), and Amina Mohammed (our amazon at the United Nations dazzling the world as Deputy Secretary-General)? Or Philip Emeagwali, the Nigerian computer scientist who gave the world its high-performance computing applications? Or Leo Stan Eke, the computer guru who gifted the world with Zinox? Or our gallant policemen flying our flag high in United Nations Peace Keeping Missions abroad? How much do we celebrate them?
The tribute of Arase, the 18th indigenous Inspector General of Police, was contained in a statement he personally signed.