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We’ll replicate modern police stations across Nigeria – IGP

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The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Usman Alkali Baba, has promised that the modern police stations model the police are building will be replicated across the country.

He said this in Ilorin, Kwara State capital, on Tuesday while inaugurating one of the new ultra-modern structures in Madi, Ilorin West Local Government Area.

Speaking with journalists after the inauguration, the IGP said the edifice would bring policing closer to the people.

“The police would work under a conducive environment in terms of office environment, decent accommodation and that would enable them to provide more services.

“They would be here 24/7. Very close to the office is the house and vice versa. We expect there would be more dedication, motivation and enhanced service delivery.

“The structure will be replicated in many states of the federation because the federal government would want it in all parts of the country as a model,” he added.

Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq, at the event, said more allocation would be made for all security agencies in the next budget of the state.

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