An image taken on March 31, 2021, exhibits the entrance view of the newly established Nigeria Police Radio Station in Abuja.
The police have launched a radio station with the intention to “bring the Force closer to the people and bolster its partnership and good working relationship with them”.
Mr Mohammed Adamu, who’s the Inspector General of Police, commissioned the brand new Nigeria Police Radio – 99.1FM, Abuja on Wednesday within the nation’s capital.
In his keynote deal with, he famous that the radio station would offer community-based radio broadcast companies and function a veritable avenue for the police to interact, enlighten and inform the general public on policing actions and different security-related issues.
The IGP defined that the radio station would air programmes focused at involving the residents within the safety of their localities, particularly on methods to identify and report crimes and different mandatory steps to absorb the occasion of a criminal offense or safety emergency.
He thanked President Muhammadu Buhari for the dedication of the Federal Government to the safety and security of Nigerians, in addition to the help for the police within the enhancement of its operational capability.
An image taken on March 31, 2021, exhibits the Inspector General Police, Mohammed Adamu, on the commissioning of the newly established Nigeria Police Radio Station in Abuja.
According to Adamu, the radio station is a product of the gesture of the federal government and throughout the imaginative and prescient of the group policing initiative of the Force which emphasises clean data stream in the direction of strengthening the bond between the residents and the police.
In his remarks, the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, recommended the police for the revolutionary and security-enabling initiative.
He assured the police chief that his ministry would proceed to companion with the Force to make helpful and security-related data available to Nigerians.
Also in attendance on the commissioning have been members of the Force Management Team, the President’s media assistant, Garba Shehu, members of the diplomatic group, in addition to some senior officers of the navy and legislation enforcement companies, amongst others.