Inspector General of Police Solomon Arase is reiterating the commitment of his administration to providing better welfare for officers and men of the Nigerian Police Force. State this at the Nigerian Police Force retirement and entrepreneurship training programme in Abuja, Arase says the training is aimed at preparing a veritable platform for business opportunities for men and officers of the Nigerian Police Force.
The launching of the Nigerian Police Force retirement and entrepreneurship programme is a legacy that the present and future of the force will be benefiting from for a long time to come. Assistant Inspector General of Police James Caulcrick who represented the IGP says the training is a veritable tool for orientation which will help acquire skills for competitive society. He’s urging participant to get the best out of the training.