Alhaji Aminu Abdukadir Chairman IPMAN and IGP Ibrahim Idris during the courtesy visit
The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) led by the BOT chairman, Alhaji Aminu Abdulkadir has called on the acting Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris to assist in checking the activities of pipeline and oil installations vandals, illegal bunkering and diversion of petroleum products.
The oil marketers made this request during a courtesy visit to Idris and his management team at the police force headquarters Abuja.
In his remarks, the BOT chairman of IPMAN Alhaji Aminu Abdukadir congratulated Idris on his appointment and said they were privileged to meet with the IGP and his management team. He lauded the IGP’s appointment and promised that IPMAN will continue to partner with the Nigeria Police Force.
He further informed the IGP that recently, the association had internal crisis which were later resolved through the intervention of the Ministry of Petroleum Resources and other stakeholders. He assured the IGP of IPMAN’s collaboration with the Nigeria Police Force to check the activities of pipeline and oil installations vandals, illegal bunkering and diversion of petroleum products.
The President of IPMAN, Chief Obasi Lawson commended the Nigeria Police Force for its giant strides in curbing crimes and criminality, most especially violent crimes which have witnessed a drastic reduction since the IGP’s appointment. He promised to use the instrumentality of IPMAN to assist the Police check pipeline vandalism.
Members of the Force Management team & members of IPMAN during the visit
In his response, Idris appreciated the visit and thanked the Executives of IPMAN for the courtesy call. The IGP expressed his determination to implement core values in policing with accountability and responsibility throughout the country. He …Read More
Source:: PM Newspaper