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  The Inspector General of Police I GP Mr Usman Baba approved the promotion of 21 039 junior police officers who were last promoted in 2017 or earlier Interim Force Public Relations Officer CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi said this in a statement on Thursday in Abuja He said junior officers promoted were 20 572 sergeants to the next rank of inspector 324 corporals to sergeants and 143 constables to the rank of corporal Adejobi said the promotion was part of ongoing efforts to improve welfare service conditions as well as boost staff morale to improve efficiency He also said it was part of I GP s manpower development campaign to ensure deserving officers were promoted accordingly The police spokesman said that the idea was to encourage hard work and further promote the culture of merit excellence and dedication to duty Adejobi said the Force s high command was in contact with the Police Service Commission about publishing promotions for senior police officers He said that I GP had assured that the promotion would be approved and released soon According to Adejobi the I GP praised the newly promoted officers for their resilience and invaluable commitment to their duties while urging them to see their promotions as a call to renewed zeal vigor patriotism in duty and dedication to professional police standards Source Credit NAN
IGP approves promotion of 21,039 junior officers

1 The Inspector General of Police (I-GP), Mr. Usman Baba, approved the promotion of 21,039 junior police officers, who were last promoted in 2017 or earlier.

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2 Interim Force Public Relations Officer CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi said this in a statement on Thursday in Abuja.

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3 He said junior officers promoted were 20,572 sergeants to the next rank of inspector, 324 corporals to sergeants and 143 constables to the rank of corporal.

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4 Adejobi said the promotion was part of ongoing efforts to improve welfare, service conditions, as well as boost staff morale, to improve efficiency.

5 He also said it was part of I-GP’s manpower development campaign to ensure deserving officers were promoted accordingly.

6 The police spokesman said that the idea was to encourage hard work and further promote the culture of merit, excellence and dedication to duty.

7 Adejobi said the Force’s high command was in contact with the Police Service Commission about publishing promotions for senior police officers.

8 He said that I-GP had assured that the promotion would be approved and released soon.

9 According to Adejobi, the I-GP praised the newly promoted officers for their resilience and invaluable commitment to their duties, while urging them to see their promotions as a call to renewed zeal, vigor, patriotism in duty and dedication to professional police standards.

10 Source Credit: NAN

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