By monday Ijeh
Mr. Onyemuche Nnamani, the commissioner representing the South-East at the Commission des services de police (CPS) called on the young people of the region to take advantage of the recruitment of the police which should start soon.
Nnamani called speaking to reporters Thursday in Abuja.
Smith said the exercise would begin once recruitment issues were resolved in the interests of the Nigerian commission and police.
Nnamani, also a former secretary of the Enugu state government, said the decision to start recruiting into the Nigerian police by the commission was a welcome development.
According to him, this will be the start of a deliberate movement to stop the marginalization of the area in the hierarchy of force.
He congratulated the president of the PSC for advocating for the rebirth of the Enugu Police Detective College.
Nnamani said the rebirth of the college will bring the institution to life and return the Nigerian police to intelligence-based policing.
He expressed dissatisfaction with the current state of the college, adding that the facility has become a rodent haven due to the rot after a long period of neglect.
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