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IGP receives operational vehicles from Innoson

7th Sep, 2020 | By Prudence Okonna| ||

The Community Policing efforts of the Nigeria Police Force have continued to receive commendable support from governments, corporate bodies and private individuals as the Inspector-General of Police, IGP Mohammed Abubarka Adamu, received three operational vehicles donated by Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing Company Limited to the Nigeria Police Force in support of ongoing efforts at repositioning the Force for optimal performance.

In a recent press statement signed by the Force Public Relations Officer, DSP Frank Mba, revealed details of the operational vehicles as Innoson G12 Series, consisting of the Single Cabin Pick-up Truck MSI, Double Cabin Pick-up Truck MSII and the SUV MSIII. Presented by Jonas Maduabuchukwu Ojukwu on behalf of Dr. Innocent Chukwuma, OFR and Management of Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing Company Limited said the donation is in furtherance of their Corporate Social Responsibility, community support and other efforts directed at making the country peaceful, safe and secure.

The IGP, represented by the Deputy Inspector General of Police, Department of Operations, DIG Abdulmajid Ali, in his remarks, expressed his appreciation to Dr Innocent Chukwuma and the Management of the Company for their kind gesture towards the Force. He noted that with public support of this nature, the Nigeria Police Force will no doubt be able to meet its operational and infrastructural needs in combating crimes and criminality in the country. He enjoined other well-meaning individuals and corporate bodies to emulate the gesture.

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