As the preparations toward the Nigeria Police Regular Course 8 Intakes, bears completion, the Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu has I suspected the proposed venue for the examination.
The move according to the police command is in a bid to have hitch-free and well-organized Computer Based Test (CBT) for the Nigeria Police Regular Course 8 Intakes.
Speaking at the JKK building on Ikorodu Road, venue of the examination, Odumosu he personally assessed the venue to ensure the facilities are ready and no hitches during the examination.
The Commissioner of Police charged the applicants and those involved in the exercise to observe NCDC COVID-19 protocols; and admonished the them to follow, strictly, the examination rules and regulations as stipulated by the management of the Police Academy, Wudil Kano.
Before the commencement of the examination, the Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, had deployed adequate police personnel for protection of lives and property of the applicants and examiners at the centre, considering the large number (turn-out)of the applicants from within and outside Lagos State.
The Police chief was accompanied by a delegate of examiners from the Police Academy,Wudil, Kano, including ACP AbdulSalam Alade, the Assistant Commissioner of Police, Legal Studies, Dr Boumo Ezombi, Lecturer at the Police Academy, ACP John Zongo, the Area Commander Area F, Ikeja, and some operational officers in the area.
Odumosu reaffirmed the readiness of the Inspector-General of Police, IGP Mohammed Abubakar Adamu, NPM, mni, to having world class and standardized police institution in Nigeria through reorganised recruitment exercises.