Nigeria Police promotes 5,115 inspectors to ASPs

Nigeria Police promotes 5,115 inspectors to ASPs

The Police Service Commission, PSC, on Thursday announced the promotion of 5,115 Inspectors to the ranks of Assistant Superintendent of Police II.

This is contained in a statement issued by Ferdinand Ekpe, Assistant Director, Press and Public Relations in the commission.

Mr. Ekpe said that 4,628 of the beneficiaries were General Duty officers, while the other 487 were specialists.

“The promoted officers are those who were successful at the Departmental Selection Board interview.

“All the Promotions are with effect from Dec. 31, 2013,’’ the statement added.

The Chairman of the commission, Mike Okiro, also congratulated the newly promoted officers.

Mr. Okiro urged them to put in their best in providing security.

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