Akpabio Pledges NASS Support For Better Policing Of Nigeria

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At the Nigeria Police Awards and Commendations Ceremony in Abuja, Godswill Akpabio, Nigeria’s Senate President pledged the National Assembly’s full cooperation and support for enhancing policing in Nigeria. He stressed the importance of a well-equipped and motivated police force in ensuring citizens’ security and well-being, promising to provide necessary legislative framework and resources for effective policing.
Akpabio commended the Nigeria Police Force for organizing the event and urged them to celebrate achievements while addressing challenges. He emphasized the need to recognize exemplary officers, weed out corruption, and tackle evolving crime landscapes through collaboration with stakeholders. Additionally, he honored fallen heroes and pledged financial support to their families, demonstrating solidarity and empathy.
In a show of solidarity, Kashim Shettima, Vice President of Nigeria, praised Akpabio and Kano State governor Abba Kabir Yusuf for their support to the families of fallen police personnel, highlighting the importance of empathy and collective effort in addressing challenges faced by law enforcement.

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