Buhari orders review of police salaries

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calendar-icon Buhari orders review of police salaries Posted on: 2021-06-10 21:19:05
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President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday said he has given directives for the upward review of Police salaries and benefits.

The President made the known while delivering a speech on Thursday during a one-day visit to Lagos State, where he inaugurated various projects.

"We are recruiting 10,000 new police officers currently to reinforce the personnel capacity across the country

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"In addition, I also directed the National Salaries, Incomes and Wages Commission to carry out an upward review of Police salaries and benefits."

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Buhari added that no government since 1999 had been as committed as his administration in reforming and repositioning the Nigeria Police Force and national policing architecture.

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