NPF receives equipment funding for four police universities' training programs.

NPF receives equipment funding for four police universities' training programs.The Global Security-Sector-Reform Foundation (GS-Foundation) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) have delivered printed training manuals, curriculum, office furniture, fittings, and other equipment to the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) for its three police colleges and one training school.      


The Federal Republic of Germany is providing funding for the donation, which is an important step in strengthening the Nigeria Police Force's capabilities. The initiative is a component of the Federal Government of Nigeria's ongoing police reform project.


The demands of the police colleges in Oji River, Maiduguri, Kaduna, and Ilorin are met by the donation, according to Inspector General of Police Kayode Egbetokun, who accepted it on behalf of Deputy Inspector General of Police Frank Mba, who is in charge of training and development. Additionally, he noted, it will guarantee that the colleges get essential funding for the best possible training facilities. 


Egbetokun thanked organizations and governments for working with NPF and emphasized the role that well-equipped police colleges play in advancing the reform agenda. 


The process was guided by the following parties: Simon Ridley, Chief Technical Advisor for Rule of Law and Human Rights at UNDP; Matthias Seeger, Project Manager and Team Lead at the GS-Foundation in Nigeria; and Ambassador Annett Günter of the Federal Republic of Germany.  

They praised the commitment and expertise of the Nigerian Police, noting that the supply of contemporary goods and cutting-edge IT equipment will improve operations and make a major contribution to efficiency and community security.


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