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Ibrahim Idris Police set to enforce 'change begins with me' initiative

The IG urged police officers to be committed and loyal in carrying out their duties with regards to the initiative.

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Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris

(Nigeria Police Force)

The Nigeria Police Force has expressed readiness to work with the Ministry of Information to enforce the 'Change Begins With Me' initiative of the Federal Government.

Speaking at a meeting with the Ministry in Abuja, the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, said the police has all it takes to help achieve the campaign objectives.

He urged Officers to be committed and loyal in carrying out their duties with regards to the initiative.

Idris said: "We have decided, as the top management, to invite the minister to pass this message to the top officers of the Nigeria Police Force because we believe that the Nigeria Police Force is occupying a very critical stage in the life of this country.

"We have the widest spread and everybody knows that in democracy the police are very critical anywhere in the world.

"Police are very critical in the survival of democracy. We want him to share this message so that all of us will now cue into the current direction of this administration which is the change mantra which has been spreading all over the country."

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On his part, the Information Minister, Mr Lai Mohammed, urged Nigerians to see the campaign as a wake-up call aimed at promoting patriotism in the country.


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