The Minister of Police Affairs, Mohammed Maigari Dingyadi on Wednesday in Abuja revealed plans by the Nigerian government to offer admission to expecting Sierra Leone Police officials to obtain more essential seminars on policing at the Nigerian Institute of Police Studies and other institutions.
Dingyadi who talked during a graciousness call by the Sierra Leone delegate drove by the Minister of Interior, David Maurice Panda-Noah and the Inspector General of Police, IGP Ambrose Sovula at the service’s central command in Abuja, noticed that such cooperative energy among Nigeria and Sierra Leone would upgrade the effectiveness of rank and records of Police to get the West African region.
The Minister, while reviewing that the two nations had encountered common conflict and presently confronting security challenges, accept that cooperation between their Police Forces would empower their faculty to get the region.
“We will uphold each other and we will keep on putting forth an attempt to refresh and develop police hardware and devices of the Police Force,” he assured.
Dingyadi, açcording to an assertion gave by the service’s Head of Press and Public Relations, Bolaji O. Kazeem, focused on the need to fortify the security engineering of the two nations and backing the Sierra Leone Police Force with more freedoms for preparing offices in Nigeria, noticing that they have appreciated fellowship and harmony from time immemorial.
He said “notwithstanding the National Institute of Police Studies, we have other police universities around the country that can prepare middle officials. The Inspector-General of Police can work with affirmation of Sierra Leone young people into the police preparing schools in the country.”
Earlier, the Sierra Leone Minister of Interior uncovered that the President of his nation has hailed off his star project in the space of human resources improvement which required sending some Police officials to go to the “Essential Leadership Training Course” at the Nigerian Institute of Police Studies, adding that the President supported their participation of the graduation service coming up today (Thursday).
Panda-Noah focused on the earnest requirement for African nations to join together, synergize and team up to battle transnational challenges.
He said: “Africa has their own one of a kind issues which no one but Africans can settle. Supporting each other is critical to handling the difficulties which have tormented Africa and the world on the loose. The joint effort is vital to us and would empower our officials to have a consistent comprehension of how to check wrongdoings in the region.”
According to him, individuals of Sierra Leone could always remember the assistance delivered by Nigeria around twenty years prior to beat the common conflict in his country.
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