U.S. donates bomb detector robots to Nigeria Police

The United States of America on Thursday in Abuja donated High-tech bomb detector robots to the Nigeria Police Force.

In a statement, the Force Public Relations Officer, Frank Mba, said the U.S. Ambassador, James Entwistle, while visiting the Acting Inspector General of Police, Suleiman Abba, presented the robots.

Mr. Mba said the ambassador congratulated the police chief on his appointment and said the U.S. will continue to render relevant supports to the Force in the areas of training and security cooperation.

Mr. Mba said Mr. Entwistle thanked Mr. Abba for the high level of cooperation between the Nigerian Police and the U.S. Embassy in Nigeria.

Mr. Mba said the partnership between the police and the U.S. will improve.
The IGP said he was committed to reforming the Force and to repositioning the police for better service delivery.

He also promised that the newly donated equipment would be put to effective use.


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  • Island man

    We urgently need anti ebola drug USA so that its can be contained

  • Sanee sanee

    With the money at our disposal, these petty donations is becoming insulting

  • Rommel

    The culture of stealing of public funds and quota system is responsible for Nigeria having become a laughing stock in the committee of nations,such donations are damaging to our reputation and to think that this is a country that was arguing for a sit at UN security council,Nigerians have to decide what the priorities of the nation should be,personally,I think the country is too big for these types of humiliation after more than 50yrs of independence,these are things that could easily be manufactured in Nigeria were human beings to have been in charge of the country.

  • Bola

    In as much as I welcome this donation from the US government, I am of the opinion that this country is far better than this. How on earth do we expect respect amongst the comity of nations? No wonder countries like Niger, Botswana and even Zimbabwe laugh openly to our face. Where lies our pride and messiah? God Bless Nigeria!!!

  • Omo Akin

    Mr. Boladale, are you one of those lying to your own people? Mr. Falana told us that restructuring was defeated, state police was defeated, resource control was defeated, abrogation of the Land Use Act was defeated. If all these critical items were defeated and are, therefore, not resolutions/recommendations of the Confab, is it not fraudulent to now claim that the president will implement what is not recommended?
    Why is the report not mass-produced so that the public can have access to it?