Police Officers Protest Unpaid Allowance After 7 Months Of Deployment In Katsina [Video]

July 9, 2021
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Men from the Nigerian Police Force’s Counter Terrorism Unit staged a peaceful protest in Katsina State, seeking to meet with Governor Aminu Bello Masari and the Commissioner of Police about their unpaid allowance and reluctance to redeploy for over seven months.

A police officer, who requested anonymity, informed reporters that they were deployed to Kastina state in January and that the special duty was meant to last three months; nevertheless, it is now the seventh month and they have yet to get any compensation.

According to the policeman, the officers live in various camps scattered throughout the woods.

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