staff who hindered its Borno headquarters on Monday in Maiduguri, were not organizing a protest , but rather “only griping” over the delay in installment of their salaries

The Force representative, Jimoh Moshood, in an announcement asserted a portion of the mobile police work force on special obligation just went to the charge to enquire about the delay in their salaries and not to protest.

Mr Moshood said the officers who went on enquiry were not those appended to Operation Lafiya Dole in the battle against uprising in the North East.

He said they were those on the class of visiting PMF units sent to Maiduguri on Crime Prevention and other Police obligations in the State.

“The police force wish to completely express that it isn’t right that police work force protest in Maiduguri today July 2,” he said.

Mr Moshood said that the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, had coordinated the Commissioner of Police in Borno to address why the delay in the salaries of their uncommon obligation.

He additionally guaranteed them that with the endorsement of the financial plan, the stipends would be speedily prepared and paid immediately.

The representative said the IGP likewise requested the Commissioner of PMF to move to Borno and different states in the North East where staff are conveyed on special duties

He said the chief ought to likewise educate them on efforts being made by the police force to guarantee auspicious installment of their remittances.

Meanwhile the Inspector General of Police have been summoned by President Muhammadu Buhari to explain the alleged police protest in maiduguri.

It ll be recalled that there was an earlier report about a police protest in maiduguri, were gun shots were head and commuters were forced to scamper for safety as the police officers shoot in the air in what look like protest of their non payment of 6 month salaries.

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