The Welfare Of Our Personnel Is Paramount To Us, Says IGP 

Posted on August 4, 2022
The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Alkali Baba, has reiterated that the welfare of the personnel is very paramount to the Nigeria Police Force. 
This followed the attention of the Nigeria Police Force being drawn to a video on the Twitter platform, where a personnel of the Force, one DSP Musa Muhammed Adamu, attached to Police Mobile Force 45 Squadron, Dei-Dei, Abuja, claimed to have been abandoned by the Police after sustaining gunshot injuries while on special joint military/security operation under the auspices of Operation Puff Adder in Kaduna State.
The Force wishes to state that updates of every single part of the process from the incident till date is being received regularly, while substantial commitments have been made both by the Kaduna State Government, the Nigeria Police Force, Senior Officers, under whose Command he has served, and his colleagues who have made valuable contributions on his road to recovery financially and in other forms.
Nigeria Police Force considers it pertinent to state that there is a standard procedure for channeling complaints within the Force and that the Police Social Media Policy is still in effect and enforceable against all contraventions by Police Officers.
However, considering the present situation, the Force would rather focus on the major issue, which is the health of the officer and ensuring his quick recovery, as well as payments of all insurance and medical benefits due to him.
According to the FPRO, CSP Muyiwa Adejobi, the Force Insurance Officer has been mandated by the Inspector-General of Police to ensure prompt processing of his Group Personnel Accident Insurance Scheme payments and other necessary allowances while wishing him a quick recovery and return to active service.

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