The Chairman, Police Service Commission (PSC), Mr Solomon Arase, has vowed that under his watch, no Police personnel will remain stagnated on a rank.
This was disclosed in a statement issued on Friday by the Commission’s Spokesman, Mr Ikechukwu Ani.
Arase gave the assurance while reacting to the recent promotion of some rank and files in the force by the Inspector-General of Police, Mr Usman Baba.
Multiple sources reports that the Police High Command on Thursday, announced the promotion of 31,465 policemen with 24,991 sergeants promoted to inspectors, 194 promoted from corporal to sergeant, and 6,280 from constable to corporal respectively
He commend the I-G for the promotions, and want to assure you that under my watch, both junior and senior officers will not be allowed to be stagnated on a rank, especially when there are no disciplinary issues around the officer.
“To this effect, since I assumed office, the commission has deliberately moved to clear all pending disciplinary matters, so that officers can have unhindered career progression,” Arase said.
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