My post­ing is not pun­ish­ment–Mbu

Daily Trust - - NEWS - From Hir Joseph, Jos

As­sis­tant In­spec­tor Gen­eral (AIG) of Po­lice, Joseph Mbu, yesterday re­sumed work as com­man­dant of the Po­lice Staff Col­lege, Bukuru, Plateau State.

Mbu told news­men upon re­sump­tion that his post­ing in Jos was not pun­ish­ment from the Force Head­quar­ters, ‘‘but for him to trans­form the in­sti­tu­tion from a dy­ing col­lege’’.

“I was not posted to Jos on pun­ish­ment. I was posted to Jos to come and trans­form the col­lege,” he said.

He added: “I did not re­sume early be­cause I was on leave. I am a still a serv­ing po­lice of­fi­cer and I love my Job. I do my job like a pro­fes­sional and while work­ing I do not know wife, brother or friend. I am proud to be a po­lice of­fi­cer.”

He said his post­ing to the col­lege is an el­e­va­tion fit for a pro­fes­sional and pas­sion­ate cop like him­self.

“This col­lege is the high­est po­lice train­ing in­sti­tu­tion in the coun­try and it is a priv­i­lege to be posted here. Our In­spec­tor Gen­eral has said that train­ing is his pri­or­ity and that’s why I was posted to help trans­form the col­lege,” he said.

Photo: Ikechukwu Ibe.

From left, Chief Com­mis­sioner, Public Com­plaints Com­mis­sion, Chief Em­manuel Ogb­nile; Chair­man, Se­nate Com­mit­tee on Ethics, Priv­i­lege and Public Pe­ti­tion, Sen­a­tor Sam Anyanwu and mem­ber of the com­mit­tee, Sen­a­tor Ogba Obinna dur­ing fa­mil­iar­iza­tion tour of the se­nate com­mit­tee to the head­quar­ter of the com­mis­sion in Abuja yesterday.

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