- Commends Nigeria Police for the security of its National Convention
The National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS, has called for collaboration between the Nigerian students and the Nigeria Police.
New NANS President Comrade Haruna Kadir called for the partnership Tuesday when the new students’ EXCOS paid a courtesy visit to Acting Inspector General of Police Ibrahim K. Idris at the Force Headquarters in Abuja.
NANS also praised the security efforts of IGP Ibrahim K. Idris.
In a press release signed by the Force Public Relations Officer, Deputy Commissioner of Police Don N. Awunah, the newly elected executive members of NANS led by its new President called “for increased Students and Police partnership.
“He used the occasion to appreciate the Nigeria Police Force for the elaborate security coverage provided for them during the Association’s recent National Convention held in Abuja,” the release reads.
NANS President lauded the IGP’s Stance on zero tolerance to corruption, his commitment at ensuring assets declaration by officers and men of the Force.
Mr. Ibrahim Idris expressed his appreciation to the students’ union president and his executive for finding time to visit him.
He applauded their good conduct and democratic values displayed during their last national convention held in Abuja.
“I urge you to always embrace dialogue and use communication as imperative ingredient to resolve conflict.
“You should shun crime and vices within and outside the student communities, and maintain a good communication link with commissioners of police of various commands across the Nigeria,” the IGP said.
The IGP assured the NANS leadership of the determination of the Nigeria Police Force to continue to cooperate with them most especially in the prevention and reduction of violent crimes and other vices within the student communities.