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As part of measures to halt and bring to an end the spate of killings and kidnappings in the southern part of the Nigerian nation, the police authorities though the Police Service Commission has concluded plans to scale up the numerical strength of the force by injecting 40,000 part-time constables into the Nigerian Police Force.
As a result, the recruitment of the special constables has begun, as seen on their portal (screenshot photo taken on 27th July, 2019 is here attached).
The Force Public Relations Officer, DCP Frank Mba, who confirmed thus development, also explained that at least 50 persons would be recruited from each of the 774 local government areas in Nigeria.
The police had presented the idea to the state governors who were said to have bought into the scheme.
Recall that as part of measures to check rising insecurity in the face of insufficient manpower in the nstion's police force, the Force had in May concluded plans to engage thousands of Special Constables to work with conventional policemen in communities The screening of those who were shortlisted ended on the 20th of this month and barely seven days after, the force is recruiting more 40000 constables. With this new recruitment now, the Nigerian Police Force is he Federal Government Establishment with the highest rate of recruitment in a very short period of time. The Buhari agenda of reducing unemployment might actually be feasible because hundreds of thousands might be gainfully employed at the end of this exercise. The security and welfare of the people is indeed the primary responsibility of the Buhari led Federal Government of Nigeria.
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