The Director General of the National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC), Otunba Segun Runsewe has donated COVID-19 Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) to the Nigeria Police Force.
This donation, which is a continuation of the support of the council to the fight against the pandemic, is to enhance the security of officers and men of the force who are in the frontline in the effort to curb the pandemic.
The items donated includes locally made customised face shield, regular face masks made of local fabric and Sanitizers, liquid soap, Information and Communication materials, among others.
Speaking during the handing over of the items, Runsewe commended the gallantry of the Police and their commitment to the enforcement of COVID-19 guidelines.
The NCAC boss also commended the Inspector General of Police, Mr. Mohammed Adamu for directing members of the force to respect human rights citizens in the discharge of their duties.
He also thanked President Muhammadu Buhari for showing exemplary leadership and commitment to the eradication of the epidemic.
The Inspector General of Police who was represented by the Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of Operations Mr. Mojid Ali in his acceptance speech thanked Runsewe and his management team for appreciating the efforts of the Nigerian Police Force in the fight against the pandemic.
The DIG noted that the donation by the Director General of NCAC is yet another demonstration of his outstanding commitment to duty and to the development of the Nigerian nation.
The DIG appealed to other well- meaning Nigerians to emulate the good gesture of NCAC boss by assisting the police with similar donations