- September 23, 2015
- Posted by: Website Admin
- Category: National News, Uncategorized
The inspector general of police, Solomon Arase has said that corruption in the police force has reduced considerably following the recent removal of roadblocks from the highways.
Force spokesman, Olabisi Kolawole made this known in a statement in which she said the police boss also attributed the reduction to other administrative policies such as creation of whistle-blowing platform to report unprofessional conducts of policemen.
Arase made the disclosure during a visit of a delegation of members of the Presidential Advisory Committee on corruption led by Itsey Sagay.
Sagay was quoted as saying that his committee would assist the police and other agencies saddled with the responsibilities of fighting corruption to succeed, pointing out that his committee is charged to promote the effectiveness of the administration of criminal justice as well as improving the integrity of officers and men engaging in the war against corruption in Nigeria.