12 August 2020 by Peter Ireh
President Muhammadu Buhari has Inaugurated the newly constructed Police Mobile Force Training College, Ende Hills, Nasarawa State.
This is contained in a statement signed by the force public Relations Officer, Frank MBA in Abuja.
According to the statement the President, who was represented by the Minister of Police Affairs, Muhammad Maigari Dingyadi, observed that construction of the college came as part of the unwavering determination by his administration to meet the capacity building needs of Tactical Squads for the ever expanding operations and deployment of the Force.
He noted that this would further address the manpower needs of the newly created PMF Squadrons across the country.
On His part, the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, observed that the college – a Critical National Security Asset – was established as part of the strategic approaches of the Nigeria Police Force to strengthen the capacity of the Force in dealing with current and emerging security threats in the country on a sustainable basis.
The IGP also noted that the new College would complement the existing PMF Training Colleges in Gwoza, Borno State (North-East) and Ila Oragun, Osun State (South-West) and also serve as a training ground for police personnel that would be deployed for local and international assignments such as the UN/AU Peacekeeping Operations as well as support for Counter-Terrorism Training programs.
The IGP, while noting that the construction of the college was through enormous goodwill and support from the Nasarawa State Government, well-meaning individuals and corporate bodies as part of their Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR), thanked the State Government, the Executive Governor of Nasarawa State, Governor Abdullahi Sule, Justice Sidi Bage Muhammad I (Rtd), the Emir of Lafia Emirate and all other traditional rulers, the host community, corporate organizations and well-meaning Nigerians whose goodwill and exceptional support ensured the accomplishment of the project