What Inspector General Of Police Told Journalists In Abuja.

In a press release signed by Force PPRO The Inspector General of Police hosts journalists and crime reporters in a bid to boast relations between the force and the media.

The IGP appreciate the efforts and sacrifices of the reporters in delivering timely and accurate reportage of news and events to the populace. He also urge the media personnel to abide by ethics of journalism which calls for balanced reportage.

The press release made available to newsmen and also shared on the force's social media handles read in full.



Urges Balanced Reportage, Patriotism as 2022 Rounds Off 

The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali Baba, psc(+), NPM, NEAPS, fdc, CFR, in the evening of Tuesday 20th December, 2022, hosted journalists and crime reporters cutting across all sections of the media including print, electronic and social media covering the Police beat, to a banquet at the Nigeria Police Officers' Mess, Garki, Abuja to show appreciation for balanced reportage and further cement the synergy between the NPF and the media. 

The IGP appreciated the reporters for their dedication to ensuring that members of the Nigerian society receive timely updates on matters relating to the Force even as he urges them to enthrone balanced reportage and patriotism in the discharge of their duties. He similarly charged them to eschew sentiments and unprofessionalism while conducting their business. 

The IGP felicitates with the media and entire Nigerian populace on the Christmas season, while wishing them a prosperous new year 2023 in advance. He assured of improved working relationship in the coming year, and noted that his administration is committed to press freedom and issue-based engagements which has been the fostering force behind the fruitful interrelation enjoyed in 2022. "

Force Public Relations Officer 
Force Headquarters,

December 21, 2022

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