Vice President Mohammed Namadi Sambo, who represented President
According to Vice President Sambo, "Officers and men who are beneficiaries will pay for the houses through the National Housing Fund Loans;
He added that both the
The Vice President noted that "It is encouraging that Nigerian police has built 2000 housing units just in the last two years, suffice to state that many more will be required."
In his address, the Inspector General of Police (IGP),
He added that "the houses are semi and fully detached one bedroom, two bedroom and three bedroom flats; they are billed to accommodate the Rank and File from Constable to the rank of Deputy Superintendent of Police and would be allocated to them on owner occupier bases at a subsidized rate to encourage them to have their own houses."
IGP Abubakar explained that, the acquisition of these houses will give police men a better sense of belonging, motivation and encourage them to be more committed, dedicated and responsible to the citizens and provide safety and security in
He said "The commissioning of these 1000 houses marks another milestone in the annals of the Nigerian police history in the housing program, as it is the first time this number of houses is being delivered for acquisition by personnel of the Nigerian police force."
The police boss promised that the venture will be sustained until the greater number of officers and men acquire their personal houses, saying "this proposed plan will be fully actualized when the
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