Nigeria Police commissions Guest House to ease accommodation

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By OKOSUN OKHUELEIGBE

In a bold step to ease accommodation problems for men of the Nigerian Police Force, the Nigeria Police Multi-Purpose Society Limited on Tuesday commissioned a developed Police Cooperative Guest House.

Situated at the Jonathan Goodluck Estate, Idimu, Lagos is made up of about 36 fully air-conditioned rooms, restaurant and other attractive facilities.

The guest house was commissioned by Deputy Inspector General of Police, Department of Logistic and Supply, DIG Mamman Ibrahim Tsafe, on behalf of the Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase.

Tsafe said that the project was part of the welfare package for members of the force which would go a long way in alleviating the burden of newly transferred officers to Lagos State Command especially now that accommodation for officers was not enough.

Apart from serving as a temporary accommodation for officers of the force, DIG Tsafe added that the facility was open to members of the public for use.

Commending the traditional ruler and host community, DIG Tsafe thanked Idimu and Isheri Olofin for the continuous support to the force.

At the commissioning ceremony include the Assistant Inspector General of Police, Zone 2 Command Headquarters, Lagos, AIG Bala Hassan, the Commissioners of Police in Charge of Nigeria Police Cooperative Multipurpose Society Limited and Western Port Authority, Lagos State Police Command, CP Fatai Owoseni and CSP Adebowale Lawal, Zonal Police Public Relations Officer, Zone 2

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