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Thursday, December 29, 2016

Policemen From S-West Protest Transfer To Northern States

1,260 policemen from the six South West states of the country recently transferred to Northern states, especially the North East, where Boko Haram insurgency was rampant, have complained bitterly against what they termed ‘lopsided transfer that attracts no incentives. 


According to a signal by AIG Abdul Bude from Force Headquarters, Abuja, dated December 24, 2016 with reference No CB 4770/FS/FHQ/ABJ/Vol. 5/232, the affected policemen have been mandated to assemble in Kaduna on January 4, 2017. Though, they said as security agents, their primary duty is to protect lives and property, they are not comfortable with the way the transfer which dates back to 1997 is being handled. 


An impeccable source told Vanguard that the transfer carried out in 1997, 2003 and 2015 had recorded heavy casualties among the policemen from the South West due to inadequate facilities. They are principally unhappy because they are allegedly not treated equally with their Northern counterparts. 


One of the affected policemen who spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of victimisation said their northern colleagues who are equally transferred at the same time are treated as sacred cows because despite disobeying the police authorities, by shunning the transfer, still get to collect their salaries. According to one of them: ‘’Lives of several policemen from the South West that were transferred in the past had been wasted by the insurgents.’’ Other grievances of the aggrieved policemen include non-provision of vehicles to convey them to their new stations; non-provision of accommodation and other welfare packages, language barrier and non-familiarity with the northern terrain. He said; “Since they started the transfer, lives of several policemen of South West extraction have been wasted because when they transfer them, the authority would not provide necessary facilities such as money, accommodation which make them prone to attacks by the insurgents. “We are not happy at all.


 This transfer was earlier stopped by the National Assembly and a powerful politician from the South West in 2015. It is the same policemen that are being transferred now. We knew this because their transfer letters bore their former ranks under the former Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase.” With the transfer, he said the police authorities ran foul of an earlier document which states that no policeman should be transferred outside his zone of origin.


*IT IS WHAT THEY SIGNED UP TO DO RIGHT?
anyway they should not scared again,sebi the government says BH has been defeated?


25 comments:

  1. Why are they afraid of the north? Pretenders.And the South west massively voted for Buhari proclaiming false love for the north. They better enter the next available bus to their posting.

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    1. Lmao so who should go? Uncle commissioner sir, hope the ones on street in lagos folo? Festac? Ojo? Agbara? Badagry? Lasu igando egbeda? Please uncle we offer them as our thanksgiving to the north, we can be our own "friend and traffic wardens " thanks

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  2. I don't blame them but it's what they signed up for.
    I pity their families knowing they my not come back home is heartbreaking.
    I'd rather my child became a farmer than a policeman.

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  3. They no Wan die. Since their main focus is to always arrest motorist for driving license. Why them no go fear

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  4. Yoruba and fear are one and the same,they keep screaming one Nigeria but ask them to leave the west and you will see how upset they will become in the end it is this Yoruba that will pray for segregation,we are watching them.

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    1. You mean police from South West are Yoruba!SMH

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  5. Yes....They signed for it...They should go to north.


    I don't blame them though...I dread northern Nigeria now.





    @Galore

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  6. Lazy bunch of people.

    Nigeria sef is too backward. In Australia, policemen don't get transferred interstate. The police force is managed by the state not the federal government.

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  7. hahahhaha all the egunjes you guys have been collecting, use it and bribe una aboki oga at the top na.

    una never see something, una just dey start.

    In short, i hope the ones at Bode Thomas should be sent to Simbiasa forest to look for shekau

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    1. @lovemejeje lwkmd! Why evils??? That is too close home!!!

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    2. Honestly the ones at bode Thomas all of them need to go to borno,they are always drunk every time you see them

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  8. Make them leave our Yoruba demons alone ooooo. Is it by force? Nonsense

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  9. That has always been the norm. Why are they complaining? They just want to start hate stories.

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  10. Hmmmmmmmmm!!!!!
    OK.What happened to the eternal love between the south west and the north coz I am not understanding?

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  11. They should be ashamed of themselves.But if it is issues concerning the Igbos they will proclaim undying loyalty to the north.

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  12. Lol,they are scared of boko haram, they should be transferred to sambisa. Wicked people

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  13. NIGERIA MY COUNTRY,if our security forces can be so scared of such transfer and they are made to protect and guide,then why do government still post students there during NYSC deployment? Wat do they expect d students to do then

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  14. But I don't think they will be protesting if they were posted to the south East. This calls into question to love the south West claims to hv for the north.

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  15. SDK please make them pack the whole police in Lagos go north.their bribe collection is three much.

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  16. Lol...I just dey look them.. So u voted for your lovers but don't want to live with them..They must go o..One Nigeria forever..

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  17. They should not forget police in Benin,these ones need to be transferred to the north too.

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  18. Cowards, Yariba, Cowards, Yariba, Cowards, Yariba, Cowards, Yariba, Cowards . . .

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  19. Those living in glass house don't throw stones but the west refuse to listen that they North don't care about any zone \body except themselves but the hatred they have for the Easterners will consumed them gradually

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