IGP Egbetokun Applauds MOPOL 22 Commander, ACP Braide for selflessness, bringing pride to NPF

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IGP Egbetokun Applauds MOPOL 22 Commander, ACP Braide for selflessness, bringing pride to NPF

By Trek Africa Newspaper

 

 

The Inspector-General of Police, Kayode Egbetokun, and other stakeholders in security have commended the giant strides of the Commander of the Mobile Police Force, 22 Squadron, Ikeja, Lagos State, Ibiye Braide, for making the Nigeria Police Force proud through his innovative work and his infrastructural initiatives.
The Assistant Commissioner of Police was lauded at the official inauguration of projects he executed in Lagos.

 

Among other stakeholders who lauded Braide were Deputy Inspector-General of Police Christopher Alabi; Assistant Inspector-General of Police in charge of Zone 2 Police Command, Onikan, Lagos, Ari Mohammed Ali; the Oniru of Iru, Oba Abdulwasiu Omogbolahan Lawal; and some captains of industry who joined the IGP at the official inauguration of the projects.

 

In an unprecedented show of acknowledgement for Braide, Egbetokun, who personally launched the projects, including the remodelled and furnished administrative building, new Police Clinic, equipped with up-to-date facilities, ICT centre, tailoring workshop, 14-bed transit camp, trauma and distress centre, pharmacy and communication and quick intervention office, described Braide as a pride to the police force and Nigeria as whole.

Other projects erected by the ACP were 10 solar light units installed in the police formation, a new gatehouse and security post, and a 304-square metres concrete parking space and parade ground.

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