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Police train 324 personnel in IED technique

Police train 324 personnel in IED technique

IGP Alkali spoke at the Police Mobile Force Training College, Ende Hills in Nasarawa Eggon Local Government Area of Nasarawa State on Thursday, during the graduation ceremony of 324 police personnel who were trained in Explosive Ordinance Disposal – Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear technique.While urging the 324 newly trained personnel to work closely with other security agencies in order to swiftly tackle crime in the country, CP Shettima warned the personnel against engaging in corrupt practices adding that, anyone found wanting will be sanctioned according to the laid down laws.One of the trained personnel who spoke on behalf of the others, SP Phebe Danbaki, thanked the IGP and the Commissioner of Police for organizing the training, promising to use the skills they had gathered to secure the nation from all kinds of threats.The Nigeria Police Force had on July 7th, 2022, graduated 192 personnel who were also trained in Explosive Ordinance Disposal – Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear technique, at the same training college in Nasarawa state.

“I, therefore, urge all the successful trainees to use the knowledge acquired to stem the tide of unlawful use of explosives, chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear materials, to perpetuate crimes in nooks and crannies of Nigeria.” Related News Police recover Benz, nab suspect after PUNCH report Terrorism: Police inaugurate committee to combat financial flow Court bars police from arresting firm’s directors On his part, the Commissioner of Police in-charge of the Explosive Ordinance Disposal – Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Command, Zannah Shettima, expressed gratitude to the IGP for the approval and funding for the 19A EOD-CBRN basic training.

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