Buhari tasks commissioned Cadet police officers on dedication, patriotism

President Muhammadu Buhari has charged the newly commissioned Cadet Police officers to shun corrupt practices and exhibit high sense of decorum and patriotism in the discharge of their duties.

Buhari gave the charge during a passing out parade ceremony of the 3rd regular course of the Nigeria Police Academy Wudil, Kano state.

Represented by the Minister of Police Affairs, Alhaji Mohammad Maigari Dingyadi, president Buhari said the newly Commissioned Assistant Superintendents of Police are being absorbed into the Nigerian police at a time when the country was facing various security challenges.

He charged them to be dedicated in the discharge of their constitutional responsibilities.

The President noted that since the inception of his administration, a lot had been done to ensure proficiency and dedication of the Nigeria Police.

”We have introduced laudable policies relating to policing and enhancing internal security, which includes accenting to Nigerian Police Trust Fund, Providing needed Operational equipment, all geared towards achieving the set objectives”

He reaffirmed his administration’s commitment to tackling the security challenges bedeviling the country.

Earlier in his remark, the Commandant of the Academy, Commissioner of Police Lawal Tanko Jimeta said 418 Cadets graduated from the academy.

He said the newly commissioned officers were trained to meet the challenges of 21st century policing.

CP Jimeta maintained that the Academy has successfully injected into the society over 1,000 well trained middle level police officers since its inception.

”The diverse complex and global Security challenges have compelled the Nigerian Police Academy to reposition itself to current policing reality according to international best practices which lead to inculcation of core Policing Courses among which include, Cyber Security, Forensics, Community Policing and other related Courses in the Cadet Curriculum”

The graduated Cadet officers were commissioned into the Nigerian police as Assistant Superintendents of Police.

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