New police officers urged to accord top priority to national service and peace

New police officers urged to accord top priority to national service and peace

Newly graduated Cadet Assistant Superintendents of Police (ASPs) have been called upon to accord top priority to national service, peace, unity and socioeconomic prosperity of Nigeria as well as put national Interest above selves. Senator Aliyu Wamakko, who represents Sokoto North Senatorial District gave the advice when he received the 10 Cadet ASPs who hail

Newly graduated Cadet Assistant Superintendents of Police (ASPs) have been called upon to accord top priority to national service, peace, unity and socioeconomic prosperity of Nigeria as well as put national Interest above selves.
Senator Aliyu Wamakko, who represents Sokoto North Senatorial District gave the advice when he received the 10 Cadet ASPs who hail from Sokoto State, and were among the 2018/2019 Graduands of the Nigeria Police Academy, Wudil, Kano State.

He added:” You should ensure the safety of lives and properties of Nigerians, while you should never forget your roots, family and State”. Wamakko assured of sustaining support and wise counsel to them.
The team leader, ASP Saddam Yahayya disclosed that they had successfully undertaken several professional courses on Health, Politics, Sociology, Psychology and Meteorology, among others.

He expressed appreciation to the Senator for his support which he noted was greatly responsible for the successful completion of their studies at the Academy.
According to him, the visit was to show their gratitude for his invaluable moral and financial support to them.

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