Good News!! Police To Construct 25,000 Housing Units For Personnel (See Details)

The Inspector-General of Police, Mr. Ibrahim Idris, on Saturday said the Force is partnering with some private developers to provide 25,000 housing units for its personnel across the country.
Idris stated this while addressing new recruits at the Police Training School (PTS) in Sokoto.
“The houses will be provided in partnership with some private developers, including Shelter Afrique, an arm of the African Union.
“This is part of efforts to address the housing deficit that has been plaguing the Nigerian Police Force for so long.
“This is also to make barracks across the country more habitable,’’ the IGP said.
According to him, officers and men of the force will be proud owners of these new houses to spring up soon across the country.
“Accommodation is key to motivating the officers and men to be more diligent, patriotic and productive,’’ Idris added.
He, however, warned the personnel to avoid corruption at all levels in order to “stay out of trouble.”
NAN


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