…charges them to display high level of professionalism, commitment
252 police officers in Kano state have been charged to display a high level of professionalism and commitment in the discharge of their duties and responsibilities.
Kano state Commissioner of police, Habu Ahmed gave the charge in a statement on Wednesday by the spokesman of the command, Abdullahi Haruna.
The CP, while, decorating the newly promoted officers of the command on Tuesday, congratulated the newly promoted officers for their elevation to the new ranks.
According to the Commissioner, “To whom much is given, much is expected,” and stressed the need for the officers to be steadfast and resolute in the discharging of their constitutional roles”
While calling on the people of the state to adhere to the COVID-19 protocols, Ahmad also wished Muslims faithful blissful and peaceful Eid-el-Kabir celebrations.
One of the promoted officers, SP Muktar Sabiu, commended the Inspector General of Police, IGP, Mohammed Adamu, and the Police Service Commission for the gesture.
Sabiu however pledged that they will be committed and dedicated to their duties.
According to the statement, the promoted officers include nine Superintendent of Police, SP, four Deputy Superintendent of Police, DSP, and 239 Assistant Superintendent of Police, ASP II.
It added that the event was attended by Brig.-Gen. B.A. Alabi, Commander 3 Mechanised Brigade, Kano; Alhassan N. Mohammed, Director Department of State Service, DSS; Air Commodore, Mohammed Isah, 455 BSG Air Force Base, Kano, and Mr. Abu Audu, the Commandant, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, among others.