Provide evidence of recruitment fraud


Kayode Egbetokun

The Police Service Commission (PSC) has called on the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) to provide evidence supporting the allegations made against it regarding the recruitment of constables.

In a statement issued on Friday by its Head of Press and Public Relations, Ikechukwu Ani, the PSC said that the NPF aims to tarnish its reputation.

The PSC demanded that the NPF provide verifiable evidence for the allegations, describing it as a case of “giving a dog a bad name to hang it.”

“The Commission has at every turn suffered several indignities in its attempt to perform functions provided to it by the Constitution even after the Supreme Court decided the matter in its favour.

“That this show of brute force and intimidation by the Police and most recently inducements of hired writers to run down the Commission in the Media is a serious affront to the mandate of the Commission.

“The Commission has studied the issues around this successfully concluded…

Source: Guardian Newspaper