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The Government of Enugu State has appealed to qualified people in the state to take interest and apply for recruitment by the Nigeria Police Force.
The Police Recruitment Board had announced that its online portal for recruitment would be opened for application for six weeks, beginning from October 15.
Commissioner for Information and Communication, Mr. Aka Eze Aka, said in a statement issued in Enugu that government had noticed lethargy on the part of Enugu citizens to join the police.
“The ministry advises interested and qualified persons from Enugu State to apply to get enlisted into the Nigeria Police Force as constables.
“The need to have our people recruited into the Force cannot be overemphasised.
“Interested applicants should visit www.apply.policerecruitment.gov.ng’’, Aka said.
In another report, the Abia State Police Commissioner, Kene Onwuemeile, has stressed the need for residents to contribute to the battle against insecurity, and has encouraged community involvement.
This statement was delivered during a security training session for Abia youths in Umuahia, Abia State, on Friday, by the Commissioner.
The commissioner, represented by Moses Okeke, the head of the Information Communication Technology (ICT) unit of the command, further emphasized that reliable information from the public would greatly assist security agencies in combatting criminal activities.
Furthermore, he stressed the importance of technology in the fight against crime, citing the significant global progress in technological advancements. He mentioned that the recent integration of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) has demonstrated its pivotal role in efficiently addressing security challenges.
The Abia State police chief commended the Ezeji Foundation for initiating the training of Abia’s youth to become adept security professionals.