The new Inspector General of Police (IGP), Suleiman Abba has made it clear that he will devote considerable energy to changing the attitude of the rank and file of the Nigeria Police.
According to him, various measures would be taken to change the way Police officers relate with each other and the way they relate with the people they serve.
The IGP spoke on Tuesday when he paid a courtesy visit on the minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Senator Bala Mohammed in his office in Abuja.
Abba stressed the need for the police to have a change of attitude, adding: “when we do that, we will see new Police that are mindful of values – values of hard work, loyalty and ethics.”
The Inspector-General expressed confidence that by the time he concludes his attitudinal reform of the Police, the men and officers would be more ethical and committed to duty.
The police boss extended a hand of fellowship to the FCT Administration through increased partnership between it and the Police.
Wlecoming the IGP, the FCT minister hoped that the he will strive to raise a new and better Nigerian Police Force, describing his appointment as a good choice.
Senator Bala congratulated Abba, saying that he had no doubt that the he would take the Police to higher heights.
He said that the new IGP is an experienced officer who rose through the ranks via dedication and loyalty, to the pinnacle of his profession. myad]