IGP Condemns Unethical Conduct During Promotion Excercise

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The Inspector General of Police, Dr Kayode Egbetokun, has described as unethical the reports of alleged extortion surrounding the ongoing promotion interviews for Inspectors aspiring to the rank of Assistant Superintendent of Police.

Gravely concerned about the act, the IGP said that such behaviour undermines the core values of the Nigerian Police Force as institution and would not be tolerated.

In a statement by the Force spokesman, ACP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, on Tuesday, June 4, IGP Egbetokun condemned any form of corruption in the promotion process and urged all officers to report any instances of misconduct promptly and directly to the IGP through the dedicated hotline at 09077120194 or to the Force Public Relations Officer (FPRO) at 08037168147.

“In light of these allegations, the Nigeria Police Force reaffirms its commitment to transparency and accountability in all promotion procedures.

“Any officer found engaging in corrupt practices for personal gain will face severe disciplinary measures.

“All officers are urged to maintain ethical standards and work collectively to uphold the integrity and credibility of the Police Force,” the statement read.

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