Eben Enasco Reporting.

Nigerians have been facing Security challenges and are now desperately seeking an end to it while hoping for a return to a work environment devoid of security threats to functioning maximally.

In addressing this, the Inspector General of Police, IGP, USMAN ALKALI BABA says the police are now equipped with modern techniques for dealing with Contemporary security challenges.

He made the statement while commissioning some facilities including a 450-capacity college auditorium, three large halls, and a multipurpose block, among others,
at the Police Training School Ogida Barracks, Benin City, the Edo State Capital.

Akali Baba added that his administration believes in improving Police Welfare as well as the infrastructure capacity to boost its morale in combating crimes and criminality.

The team also inspected female dormitories A and B; male dormitories A, B, and C; blocks of classrooms; multipurpose blocks A, B, and C; two blocks of ten bathrooms and eight toilets; borehole with an overhead tank and a school clinic.

Earlier, in his opening remarks, the newly redeployed Commissioner of Police to Edo State, Mohammed Dankwara, expressed optimism while thanking President Muhammadu Buhari and the Inspector General of Police for their
Commitment to infrastructure development.

On his part, the host, and Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki while handing over some of the Projects built and Renovated by his Administration to the Inspector General of Police, reaffirmed the State Government’s Commitment to collaborating with all security agencies in ensuring peace.

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