The Minister of Police Affairs, Ibrahim Gaidam, has vowed to build a Police Force that is a beacon of safety, justice, and integrity as well as implement policies and programs to drive the Ministry forward.
The Minister, who took the oath of office on Monday, made this pledge when he assumed office on Tuesday.
In his maiden briefing, he acknowledged that his position comes with great expectations and expressed his full commitment to fulfilling these responsibilities.
He said, “I am here to emphasize the importance of unity, collaboration, and cooperation. Our nation faces various challenges in maintaining law and order and safeguarding the lives of our citizens. To overcome these challenges, we must work hand-in-hand and join our collective expertise and experience.
“I am confident that with your support, we will achieve our goals and make a lasting impact on the lives of our fellow citizens. Let us forge ahead, united, as we work tirelessly to build a Police Force that is truly a beacon of safety, justice, and integrity.
Similarly, the first female Minister of State, Police Affairs, Imaan Sulaiman-Ibrahim, reiterated their commitment to the renewed hope agenda of President Bola Tinubu, noting that security is a priority.
According to her, the end goal is to leave the Ministry better than they met it while ensuring professionalism, transparency, and accountability in the Police Force.
“To deliver on the mandate of this Ministry, we’ll work as a team. The welfare of the staff is a priority. We would also work towards professionalism, transparency, and accountability of the Police Force,” she stated.
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