- The Nigeria Police Force has reacted to the attack on a security convoy of the Borno state governor
- The police said the incident has strengthened its resolve to continue fighting the Boko Haram terrorists
- The insurgents attacked the convoy of Governor Babagana Zulum twice this past weekends sparking outrage
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The Nigeria Police Force has condemned the attack on a security convoy in Borno state by armed men suspected to be Boko Haram terrorists.
Reacting to the attack, the Inspector General of Police, IGP M.A Adamu gave orders to the Assistant Inspector-General of Police, AIG, in charge of the Police Medical services, Olubunmi Ogunsanwo concerning the provision of healthcare for officers affected.
While condoling the families and friends of those killed during the attack, the IGP reassured Nigerians, particularly the people of Borno state that the morale of police officers and other security agencies involved has not been dampened.
Meanwhile, the Nigeria Police Force has reacted to the viral story of alleged dehumanizing treatment on the Signatious Hotel staff in Warri, Delta state.
The hotel is said to be owned by a former minister for state for education, Olorogun Kenneth Gbagi, who is also from the state.
A statement sent to journalists on Saturday, September 26 by police spokesman, DCP Frank Mba read:
“The Inspector-General of Police, IGP M.A Adamu, NPM, mni has called on members of the public, particularly the alleged victims and all interest groups in the ongoing police investigations into the case of dehumanizing treatment on the Signatious Hotel staff in Warri, Delta state, to remain calm as the police intensify efforts towards unravelling the circumstances surrounding the incident.
“The IGP, while noting that the Delta state police command has since commenced discrete investigations into the matter with appreciable progress made, assures that justice will prevail no matter whose ox is gored.”
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