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Thursday, August 10, 2017

Family Members Of Deceased Police Officers Get N12.8 million

The Assistant Inspector-General of Police (AIG), in charge of Zone 5, with headquarters in Benin, Mr Abubakar Mohammed, on Wednesday presented 10 cheques worth N12.8 million to families of 10 deceased officers.



In a statement issued by, Mr Emeka Iheanacho, the Zone’s Police Public Relations Officer, said that the money was from the Nigeria Police Group Life Assurance Claim Settlement Scheme.

It said that the gesture was to assist the survivors of the heroes, who paid the supreme price by sacrificing their lives for Nigeria.

According to Informationng,The statement quoted Mohammed as condoling the beneficiaries on the demise of their husbands, noting that no amount of money was enough to replace their bread winners.

It further quoted the AIG as reaffirming the Force’s commitment to the welfare of its officers and men, in the efforts to encourage them to put in their best toward ridding Nigeria of criminals.

The statement indicated that seven beneficiaries from Edo Command received N7,694,769 million, while three from Delta Command received N5,107,210 million.



9 comments:

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    1. Mtcheeeeeeeeeeeew, what you could not give them when they were alive.

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  2. Money cannot and will never replace a family member, may God grant them all the heart to bear their lost.

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  3. Back then in 2004, I.G Taffa Balogun gifted my mum and other widows a million naira each. Although no amount can replace the dead but the money went a looooooong way, ensuring my sisters and I did not drop out of school.
    Congratulations to these ones jare
    Who no go no know

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  4. That money is so small... That means each family cannot get up to 1.1m... and things are so hard today..

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  5. Very welcome development. It won't bring back the lost loved ones but it will go a long way in these harsh times.

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  6. It's quite commendable. A few needs will be met at least. God will comfort the bereaved

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  7. In the wake of accusations and counter accusations of Police officers offering bribe to get promoted to the next rank. Wrong?
    Damage control. Wrong?
    I hope this one here is true. Right? 🙄


    Newly Janded

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