Police seeks approval to establish radio, TV stations

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OrijoReporter.com, Governor Abdulaziz Yari

It has emerged that the Nigeria Police Force plans to establish a radio and television stations.

The plan came into the open on Thursday in Abuja at the end of a closed-door meeting of Governors’ Forum held at the Old Banquet Hall of the Presidential Villa.

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The Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris who was at the meeting told the governors about the plan, and sought their supports in making it a reality.

The forum’s chairman Gov. Abdulaziz Yari, made this known while relating to newsmen the discussions that dominated the meeting.

Yari said, “We discussed and we received presentation from the Inspector General of Police. He made a presentation to us canvassing for the support to introduce media outfits, radio and television for the force and as well the Police to go technologically from the manual of doing things.

“The IGP dominated the whole day of our discussion. He made us to know that there is a kind of trust fund bill which is before the National Assembly, asked for our support and the members of the national assembly especially the House of Representatives.”

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