Public space for criminals, IGP tells officers

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The Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Adamu, has charged men and officers of the Edo State Police Command not to leave the public space for criminals, despite the killings and burning of police stations in the state.

He assured them that both serving and retired officers in the force would continue to enjoy the President Muhammadu Buhari-led government’s Health Insurance Scheme.

Adamu disclosed this in Benin City during an on-the-spot assessment of razed police stations in Edo.

He also said that the force was working with the Police Service Commission (PSC) to ensure that injured officers and those who lost their lives during the protests were promoted to the next rank.

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