From Yakubu Mustapha Minna

Police Community Relations Committee PCRC has advocated for N1million salary for Nigeria police Constable considering the current country’s inflation and the responsibility of the police force in Nigeria.

The PCRC National chairman, Alhaji Magaji Ibrahim Olaniyan made this known at the 40th Year Anniversary Celebration of Niger state chapter of North Central Geopolitical Zone Seminar held in Minna, Niger state capital.

Ibrahim Olaniyan stressed that PCRC is concerned about the welfare and wellbeing of the Nigerian police while he applauded the efforts of the IGP, DIG zone 7 for their support to the PCRC and ensuring peace and tranquility in the north central.

He called for registration of more membership especially to include youths and women as their services was needed for the success of its objectives of ensuring community policing in the country.

The National chairman commended the North Central Vice Chairman, Alhaji Usman Tanko Dada Paiko for his effective leadership style as a good ambassador of the zone.

In their separate remarks, the DIG zone 7, Ogundele Ayodeji and Niger state command CP, Shawulu Ebenezer Danmamman assured of the police continued collaboration with the PCRC in the country and lauded them for its voluntary service to humanity in enhancing a secured society.

The guest speaker, Mr Emmanuel Musa of IBBU Lapai challenged the police force on intelligent gathering, embrace PCRC, sustain sensitization for security and peace, advocate for the establishment of PCRC units to attend the their urgent complaints and increased welfare package for the force.

In his welcome address, the North Central Vice Chairman, Alhaji Usman Tanko Dada Paiko appreciated the partnership enjoyed with the Nigerian police over the years urging to improve upon to have a very secure environment.

The State Chapter of the Police Community Relations Committee presented plagues as award to the deserving individuals for their contributions and sacrifices to the police force in Niger state and Nigeria at large.

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