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Kogi State Police Command Presents Compensation Cheques to Families of Deceased Officers

Kogi State Police Compensates 25 families with over N39m
Kogi state commissioner of police, Bethrand Onuoha and the compensated families

The Kogi State Police Command disburses compensation cheques totaling N39,042,593.07 to 25 families of deceased officers and accident victims, underscoring the force’s commitment to honoring their sacrifices and supporting their loved ones.

The presentation ceremony, held at the command headquarters in Lokoja, was presided over by the Commissioner of Police in the State, Bethrand Onuoha, acting on behalf of the Inspector General of Police, Kayode Egbetokun.

The gesture, which underscores the commitment of the Nigeria Police Force to the welfare of its personnel and their families, was conducted with solemn reverence for the sacrifices made by officers in the line of duty. Speaking at the ceremony, Kogi State Police Command Public Relations Officer, SP William Ovye Aya, emphasized the significance of the Group Life Assurance and Group Personal Accident Insurance Schemes in providing financial support to the bereaved families and injured officers.

“The presentation of these cheques is a testament to the unwavering commitment of the Nigeria Police Force to honor the memory of our fallen heroes and support their families during their time of need,” stated SP Aya. He reiterated that the compensation is part of the ongoing efforts to enhance the welfare of police officers and their families, thereby fostering a culture of dedication and loyalty among serving personnel.

Commissioner Bethrand Onuoha, in his address during the ceremony, expressed heartfelt condolences to the bereaved families and reiterated the police force’s appreciation for the sacrifices made by the deceased officers and accident victims. He underscored the importance of recognizing and honoring the selfless service rendered by law enforcement officers in safeguarding the nation’s security and stability.

“The Nigeria Police Force recognizes the sacrifices made by the deceased officers, as well as those who are accident victims, to secure the nation,” remarked Commissioner Onuoha. He emphasized the need for continuous support and appreciation for police officers in active service, affirming that such gestures bolster morale and encourage diligence among personnel.

The presentation of compensation cheques to the families of deceased officers and accident victims serves as a poignant reminder of the inherent risks associated with law enforcement duties. It also highlights the resilience and dedication of police officers who courageously uphold their mandate to protect and serve the community, often at great personal cost.

As the families of the fallen officers receive financial support to ease their burden, the ceremony also serves as a beacon of hope and solidarity within the law enforcement community. The Nigeria Police Force’s commitment to honoring the memory of its fallen heroes and supporting their loved ones reflects a profound sense of duty and gratitude towards those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country.

In conclusion, the presentation of compensation cheques by the Kogi State Police Command symbolizes a solemn tribute to the bravery and sacrifice of fallen officers and accident victims. It underscores the enduring bond of camaraderie and solidarity within the law enforcement fraternity, as well as the unwavering commitment of the Nigeria Police Force to the welfare and well-being of its personnel and their families.

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