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BREAKING: Nigerian Police Launch Radio Station

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The police have launched a radio station with the aim to “bring the Force closer to the people and bolster its partnership and good working relationship with them”.

Mr Mohammed Adamu, who is the Inspector General of Police, commissioned the new Nigeria Police Radio – 99.1FM, Abuja on Wednesday in the nation’s capital.

In his keynote address, he noted that the radio station would provide community-based radio broadcast services and serve as a veritable avenue for the police to engage, enlighten and inform the public on policing activities and other security-related matters.

The IGP explained that the radio station would air programmes targeted at involving the citizens in the security of their localities, especially on ways to spot and report crimes and other necessary steps to take in the event of a crime or security emergency.

He thanked President Muhammadu Buhari for the commitment of the Federal Government to the security and safety of Nigerians, as well as the support for the police in the enhancement of its operational capacity.

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