Police To Train 3,850 Constables In Zamfara


The Police in Zamfara, says it has concluded arrangements for the training of some 3,850 Special Constables in the state.
The Special Constabulary was part of security initiative adopted by the command to fight banditry and crimes as well as protect lives and property in the state.
Mr Shehu Mohammed, the Public Relations Officer of the command, made this known in a statement issued on Sunday in Gusau.
Mohammed disclosed that the trainees were part First Batch of the 7,500 candidates approved as special constables to the state by the Inspector-General of Police, Mr Mohammed Adamu.
He noted that successful candidates had been screened to undergo a two months training exercise at the Police Training Colleges in Kaduna and Sokoto, respectively.

The spokesman advised the candidates to check their names on the list pasted at their respective Police Divisional Offices and Local Government Council secretariats, noting that the training exercise was billed to start on October 9.
According to him, successful candidates are expected to assemble at the Command’s Headquarters in Gusau on Oct. 8, for transportation to their various training institutions.
Mohammed added that the second batch of the training exercise would be communicated to the next set in due course.

Lanre News | Latest News in Nigeria | Africa | Around the World.

Freelance Writers and Employers, visit our sister site [www.lanrewriter.com] to connect.


Lanre News | Latest News in Nigeria | Africa | Across the World Contact: lanrenews0@gmail.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Next Post

Chevron Sacked 2,000 Employees on Independence Day ― NUPENG, PENGASSAN

Mon Oct 5 , 2020
Labour unions in the oil and gas sector have alleged that Chevron Nigeria Limited management on Independence Day notified about 2,000 of its employees that their services were no longer required. The unions leaders have directed their members in Chevron Nigeria Limited to commence a total shut down of the […]
%d bloggers like this:
We use cookies in order to give you the best possible experience on our website. By continuing to use this site, you agree to our use of cookies.