On Thursday, Police Commissioner Usman Baba called for prayers for the personnel and officers of the Nigerian Police Force.
Given the security challenges prevailing in the country, police officers have become an endangered species and need prayers for protection and guidance, he said.
The IGP was speaking in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, while commissioning the 1.7km internal road network of the administrative district of the 26th Squadron Police Mobile Unit and the Mopol Barracks on Idoro Road in Uyo, the state capital, developed by Niger Delta The company completes the committee.
He said: “I see one church and another mosque; now the police are getting too religious, which is fine; anyone who doesn’t know how to pray is going to hell; these days, you know, we’re on the brink of extinction species; we need to pray and protect ourselves.”
While appreciating the initiative and courage of the Commander in finding the means and means to complete the project, the IG commends the NDDC for facilitating the completion of the abandoned project.
NDDC Acting General Manager Emmanuel Ohwavboura said in his statement that the agency recognized Section 6 of the Police Force Mission Statement and Partnership, taking over the construction of dilapidated projects and awarding contracts to God-owned projects. Limit when police call for help.
Audu, represented by NDDC Akwa Ibom State Director Udoette Obot, revealed that the Osongama Extension’s police post project is 80 percent complete and is about to be operational, and urged the public to protect and treat the use of the facility well.