POLICE’LL NO LONGER CONDONE UNPROFESSIONAL CONDUCT- IGP Arase assures MAN.
Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase on Tuesday said emphatically that the position of the force on accountability and transparency as regards acts of indiscipline or unprofessional conduct to citizens in the country will not be compromised nor be tolerated.
Speaking when he received executive members of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) in his office, the IGP availed the body of various channels through which they can make their complaints known to the Force, among which is the recently established Complaint Response Unit if treated unlawfully.
While thanking the management of MAN for their care and support to the Police force, the IGP noted that the provision of reflective jackets and consumables for use of Policemen on Safer Highway duties, was the first time a body like this have really come to appreciate the efforts of the Force.
He assured the President of MAN that, Police/MAN Consultative Forum will be established to foster the sustainability of the relationship.
Earlier, MAN President, Dr. Frank Jacob expressed appreciated to the IGP and his Management Team for removing road-blocks across the country and replacing them with Safer Highway Patrols.
He eulogized the Police for the selfless service they render daily to ensure the safety and well-being of Nigerians.
The group also used the medium to donate some consumable items and reflective jackets for the use of operatives of Safer Highways and further look forward to a harmonious working relationship with the Force.