Police Boss Bemoans Retirement of Some AIGs

10 Dec 2012

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Seriki Adinoyi in Jos

Newly retired Police Commissioner of Plateau State, Emmanuel Diipo Ayeni has criticised  the retirement of 13 Assistant Inspectors-General of Police (AIGP).

He said    the retirement of 13 Assistant Inspectors-General of Police     at the prime of their career without committing any offense known to law is questionable.

Ayeni, who noted this during his pull out parade in Jos, after thirty two years of service in the Nigerian Police Force said “the President of the of Nigeria should have intervened when officers who have served their father’s land with patriotism and dedication were been retired  by the Police Service Commission and its cohorts.

He lamented the improper implementation of the White Paper on various committees' reports on police reform, saying “the known criteria for promotion in Nigeria, particularly seniority and merit had been consigned to the dustbin of history”


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