Police Train Local Hunters to Fight Crime in Kogi

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Personnel of the Hunter Group of Nigeria (HGN) in Kogi state have been charged to help the government in fighting criminals with more vigour.

Commandant General of HGN, Ambassador Oshatimehin Joshua, gave the charge during a four-day training seminar for the personnel of Hunter Group of Nigeria by the Nigeria Police Force and the Department of State Security Services (DSS).

He revealed that the Kogi State HGN is the best unit in the country.

Oshatimehin charged the hunters not to see themselves as officers of the Nigeria Police but see themselves as partners in the fight against crime and criminality.

He urged them to be good ambassadors of the group and to prove that Hunter Group of Nigeria, North Central zone is doing a great job.

He urged his men to take home what they have been taught and to rigorously implement them while discharging their duties.

“That you have been trained by the police doesn’t mean that you are a policeman, respect the constitution and respect the rules,” he added.

He commended Governor Yahaya Bello for his efforts in enhancing peace and security in Kogi state. He appealed to Bello to consider at least placing the personnel of HGN on a monthly salary.

“Before he assumed office, whenever I am traveling through Kabba Obajana road, it is like you have signed your death warrant, but as a soon as he assumed office, he cleared the road,” he said.


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