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Nigerian Police Force lost 90,000 officers and men to insurgency – IGP

The Nigerian Police Force has lost 90,000 officers and men to insurgency, Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase, said in Sokoto yesterday.

The Inspector General likewise promoted eight policemen who took part in the parade of honor at the Sokoto State Police Command. The gesture was in valuation for their tidiness and the way they directed the parade, it was assembled.

While tending to officers and men of the with, he said the Force was concocting a grant plan for children of fallen heroes and offspring of Inspectors, rank and records, who distinguish themselves.


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  1. Owolabi Bodunde

    What is the total number of Police in Nigeria that you lost 90,000?

  2. Gbolahan Sotomi

    Haaaaa 90,000 ???? IG Abeg easy with your statistics ohh.

  3. Aminu Hamisu Yusuf

    Hooo what a pity,so what are you doing to employed more men to the police force .

  4. Emuobohwo Mudiaga Odje

    thats bad & sad but pls dont even loose 10 men to biafraud u have to get all of them down without injury

  5. Umar Hassan Dandango

    So all police men who died about 4 years and now are all killed by insurgents?
    A pretty lie.

  6. Iyiachukwu G C Achukwu

    This will help to balance the police accounts. The fear of EFCC.

  7. Nigeria Property

    This is absurd & shows how poorly the headship of the NPF is

  8. Yakub Muraina

    90,000 sir.????I reserve my comment.

  9. Babalola Belovedjohn

    My cousin was killed in Bayelsa in 2006 and till date the widow has not receive his benefits.

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