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Nigeria Police To Go On 2-Week Strike Over Wage, Outdated Weapons

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The morale of law enforcement officials is alleged to be at a low ebb, with many grumbling about poor salaries, an absence of real welfare advantages and outdated weapons.

“Police women and men are reportedly on the verge of occurring a nationwide strike.
 
Based on New Telegraph, the warning strike will final two weeks starting on March 26.
 
The officers say they’re protesting towards poor working situations.
 
The morale of law enforcement officials is alleged to be at a low ebb, with many grumbling about poor salaries, an absence of real welfare advantages and outdated weapons.
 
They’re additionally sad with the continual killing of their colleagues by armed robbers and terrorists, with out ample compensation for his or her households. In a letter to the authorities, the representatives of the aggrieved law enforcement officials demanded improved situations of service, significantly wage improve and provision of contemporary weapons as they sort out the safety challenges going through the nation.
 
The letter reads: “The Nigeria authorities lied in regards to the increment of police wage on March 10, 2022. It has been noticed with utmost dissatisfac tion how the Federal Authorities and the Minister of Police Affairs lied to most of the people in regards to the increment of our salaries. It has at all times been mentioned whenever that the increment could be executed because the incident of the #EndSARS protest that led to the lack of many lives of the boys of the drive.

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“Extra so, it has been noticed by the boys of the drive that there’s nothing good the Federal Authorities would do for the police, as a result of they’d already made an announcement that they’ve elevated our wage which isn’t true. “With the lackadaisical perspective of the federal government and the Ministry of Police Affairs, it reveals that there was nothing like a wage increment.”
 
The aggrieved law enforcement officials insisted they need to be handled with respect by the federal government as they shield nearly each political character. They lamented that they’re handled like slaves regardless of their contribution to nationwide improvement.

“We don’t have good salaries and our gratuities are very poor in comparison with what’s obtainable in different components of the world,” they stated. Requested to reply to the potential for the drive occurring strike, appearing Power Public Relations Officer (FPRO), CSP Muyiwa Adejobi, informed our correspondent that they’d react to the story later.
 
New Telegraph, nevertheless, learnt that the police hierarchy is anxious and has accelerated the letter to the Minister of Police Affairs, Mohammed Maigari Dingyadi for his consideration.


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