Police IG warns officers against doing domestic duties for their principals.


Speaking at a two-day induction course organized for ADCs and CSOs, the Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase sternly cautioned newly appointed Aide de Camp, ADC and Chief Security Officers, CSOs to State Governors not to play their roles as security officers and not to be engaged in domestic jobs.

Statement from the Force Headquarters:

“The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Solomon Arase, has charged newly appointed Aides-De-Camp (ADC) and Chief Security Officers (CSOs) attached to State Governors in the Federation to be professional in their duties and also maintain the standard dignity of the Force.

“The call came while the IGP was declaring open a two-day induction course for newly appointed ADCs and CSOs, which was held at Nigeria Police Force International Peace Keeping Training Centre, Force Headquarters Abuja. The course is aimed at empowering and improving the capacity of the officers. 

“The IGP further warned the officers not to engage in any domestic duty or conducts that may demean their offices, but to maintain a standard attitude in line with the code of conduct while ensuring security coordination of their principals”.



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