NAIRA REDESIGN POLICY: NPF CAUTIONS AGAINST DIVISIVE, CRISIS-PRONE UTTERANCES Amidst the prevailing outcries and reactions on the new naira policy in the country, the Nigeria Police Force has deemed it necessary to caution groups and individuals against divisive comments and utterances capable of heating up the polity and triggering crisis in the nation. This call is highly imperative as the Police perceive the reactions and utterances of certain groups and individuals as an attempt to heat up the polity and spontaneously instigate the populace against the government and its policies for their peculiar interests and gains. The NPF, therefore, charges the citizenry of Nigeria to remain calm and embrace peace as the Federal Government has assured that it is taking the bull by the horn, assiduously to address the scarcity of naira and fuel and restore normalcy in all sectors. Similarly, the Nigerian populace is hereby urged to desist from any act of violence, hooliganism, and vandalism that may jeopardize the ongoing electoral process, which is significant and critical in the transitional advancement of democracy in Nigeria. Meanwhile, the NPF will like to assure the general public that it is working in concert with Defence, security, and intelligence agencies to provide a peaceful environment for all citizens to conduct their socio-economic activities. CSP OLUMUYIWA ADEJOBI, mnipr, mipra FORCE PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER FORCE HEADQUARTERS ABUJA 18th February, 2023

…says official announcements for recruitment into NPF will be made available

The Nigeria Police Force at this moment urges the public to disregard a recent police recruitment advertisement circulating on social media platforms.

In a statement released by CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, mnipr, mipra, Force Public Relations Officer stated that “NPF wishes to reiterate and inform well-meaning members of the public that it has not commenced the 2022/23 Police Constables recruitment into the Nigeria Police Force contrary to the fake publication, and states unequivocally that the advert has no connection with the Nigeria Police Force nor is it in tandem with the Police established recruitment process, and should be discountenanced in its entirety.

The Nigeria Police Force thereby assures well-meaning Nigerians that the commencement of the 2022/23 recruitment exercise will be announced via the official police e-recruitment website –, the Nigeria Police Force official website –, and advertisements on national dailies and official police social media accounts as and when due. The public is as a result of this advised to rely solely on the abovementioned verified sources and platforms and urged to exercise caution and vigilance to avoid falling victim to fraudulent recruitment schemes.

The Acting Inspector General of Police has further restated the commitment of the present police leadership to a standardized recruitment process to have more competent and suitable recruit intakes into the policing system in Nigeria.



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