Nigerian Police to Create 20,000 Jobs With New TV, Radio Stations

The Nigeria Police have said all plans have been concluded to open the Nigerian Police Broadcasting Service (NPBS) and the Nigeria Police Emergency Response (NPER) in the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory on January 30,2018, according to a report by Leadership.

[caption id="attachment_36176" align="aligncenter" width="974"] IGP Idris Ibrahim[/caption]

It is believed the media houses will assist to combat insecurity in the country and also create more job opportunities, thereby keying into President Muhammadu Buhari’s quest to fight crime and criminality in the country and Vice President Yemi Osibanjo’s campaign of job creation for Nigerians.

When fully operational, the NPBS and NPER, which are the innovations of the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, will broadcast nationwide on TV, radio, online and the National Emergency Communication Command and Control Centre, with its headquarters in Abuja and locations in each of the 36 states, to ensure effective national coverage.

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