To meet the operational needs of the Nigeria Police Force, the Honourable Minister of Police Affairs, Alhaji Muhammad Maigari Dingyadi, handed over 34 operational vehicles to the Inspector General of Police at Louis Edet House, Nigeria Police Force Headquarters, Abuja, on Wednesday.
The vehicles include 15 Toyota Hilux, 16 Ford Rangers, and three Personnel Carrier Trunks.
“We hope that those who would use them will make the best use of them for the good of our country, peace, and unity of our people,” the Minister stated.
Meanwhile, the IGP Usman Alkali Baba psc(+), NPM, fdc noted that the Police had received tools and equipment to carry out their duties as well as scientific aids for e-policing.
“We have received 200 operational vehicles from Nigeria Police Trust Fund (NPTF) and 16 from the National Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA), which we have dedicated to patrolling Abuja-Kaduna. We will continue to sustain what we have been doing and those operational vehicles will also help us greatly in equipping our Divisions in some of the States,” he noted.
He thanked the Federal Government through the Ministry of Police Affairs for providing the vehicles.
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