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PSC reinstates 10, coverts 2 dismissals to retirement, rejects 6 appeals


The Police Service Commission (PSC) has considered the appeals and petitions of 18 dismissed police officers and approved the reinstatement of 10 officers; conversion of the dismissal of two officers to retirement and rejected the appeals of six others for lack of merit.

PSC Head, Press and Public Relations, Ikechukwu Ani, in a press statement on Thursday in Abuja, said: “The Commission took the decision at its 17th plenary meeting which ended in Abuja on Friday, November 11, 2022, and presided over by its acting Chairman, Justice Clara Bata Ogunbiyi (retd.).

He said the commission also approved the conversion of 301 ICT professionals to general duty, adding that, “It had earlier approved the Special Promotion of CSP Daniel Amah to the next rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police for his exemplary conduct in rejecting a bribe of $200,000 in the course of his duty as the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) in Bompai Kano State.

“CSP Amah was also presented with the Honesty and Integrity Service Award and a cash gift of one Million Naira.”

According to the spokesperson, the plenary meeting also approved the promotion of 48 staff of the commission.

He said, “Acting Chairman of the Commission, Justice Ogunbiyi, said the PSC will continue to ensure that appeals and petitions by aggrieved or dismissed police officers will be treated with dispatch so that no police officer is unjustly punished as a result of unnecessary delay.

“She also noted that promotions of staff of the commission will remain prompt and regular but called for reciprocity from the staff by improved commitment in the discharge of their duties.

“Justice Ogunbiyi said there is a lot of work to be done in the Commission and demanded greater dedication from all staff.”



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