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  • Updated: December 18, 2020

IGP Adamu Confirms Promotion Of Over 4000 Nigerian Police Officers

The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has approved the promotion of 4,134 traffic warden officers to their next ranks.

The promotion includes 65 officers who were elevated to the rank of a deputy superintendent of traffic; 245 officers to assistant superintendent of traffic II; 138 officers to senior traffic warden; 3,683 men to Grade I and three men from Grade III to Grade II.

According to Frank Mba, the Force's mouthpiece, the IGP noted that the promotion of the officers was part of the ongoing efforts by the Force to ensure that deserving personnel are promoted accordingly, to encourage hard work and further, entrench the culture of merit, excellence, and dedication to duties.

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The Traffic Warden Service was established in 1975 as a section of the Nigeria Police Force charged with the task of discharging functions in connection with the control and regulation of, or the enforcement of the law relating to road traffic under the direction of the Police.

Since its establishment, it has remained one of the key frontlines components of the Force.

The IGP, while commending the officers for their resilience and invaluable commitment to traffic control duties as greatly recognized by the members of the public.

The police boss also charged them to see their promotion as a call for a renewed commitment to duty and further re-dedication to their professional calling.

The IGP further enjoined the officers to be diligent in the discharge of their duties and shun all acts capable of undermining the efforts of the Force, particularly in the ongoing reforms.

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