Nasarawa Police CP decorates 100 newly promoted officers
Commissioner of Police, Nasarawa State, Adesina Soyemi has decorated 100 newly promoted officers in the State in their new ranks.
Speaking at the occasion on Monday in Lafia, the CP commended the Inspector-General of Police, (IGP) Usman Baba-Alkali for recognising the hard work the personnel were making.
Soyime said the 100 personnel who were from different divisions were promoted to various ranks due to their commitment to security the state.
He said one officer was promoted from CSP to Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), 27 ASP to DSP, 72 Inspectors to ASP respectively.
He explained that police personnel were really doing a lot towards securing the state that is why Nasarawa State is the safest in North-Central.
He said that all those promoted do not have disciplinary issues in their files since they joined the service.
“The IGP recognised the effort we are making that is why the number of promoted officers in Nasarawa State are many.
“Any officer with disciplinary issue in his file cannot be promoted to the next rank,” he added.
The Commissioner of police therefore congratulated the beneficiaries and charged them to do more to justify their promotions.
In an interview with newsmen, Anietie Eyoh who was decorated as ACP expressed gratitude to IGP for finding him worthy for the promotion.
He promised to always put in his best to ensure that crime is reduced drastically in the country.
Also DSP Ramhan Nansel, Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, in the State who was promoted from ASP to DSP dedicated the promotion to God for guiding him throughout these years.
He explained that some of his mates in services had unfortunately died, some could not be promoted due to disciplinary issues but God kept him to see this day.
The command spokesperson therefore promised to continue to serve the nation to the best of his ability and keep it safe and united.
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