Following his emergence as the best graduating student of the 1st Regular Course of the Nigeria Police Academy in Wudil, Cadet Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP), Shuaibu Aminu is set to be rewarded by Kano State Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje of Kano State.
The made pledged to reward him after learning he was an indigene of the State.
President Muhammadu Buhari had presented a “Sword of Honour” to ASP Aminu at the Passing Out Parade Ceremony of Cadet Assistant Superintendent of Police of the Academy.
“It is a symbolic event for us and we are happy that the Academy is situated in Kano. The graduation of 602 cadet officers have added to the manpower of the Police force, which is very important in the midst of the country’s security challenges and the upcoming general elections,” he said.
President Buhari gave the directive in his address at the convocation and passing out parade of the First Regular Cadet Course at the Police Academy, Wudil, Kano State.
”We must abide by the constitutional code of conduct in policing our people.
”The Police in its efforts to fight crime must work in partnership with the community. You cannot properly police the people without their consent,” he told the 602 graduands.
President Buhari also used the occasion to remind police officers to shun corruption and resist all temptations that impede the integrity and professionalism of the Force.
”It is appropriate to warn you as Police Officers not to see yourselves as being above the Law. You must be above board and resist all temptations. Be contented with your salaries and allowances.
”The Government recently increased your general emoluments to make you more efficient and effective in the discharge of your duties. With this increase in your salaries, you have less reason to fall into temptations of financial or other inducements.
”Let me again reiterate that this administration has zero tolerance for corruption. Corruption is the major reason why the Nigerian economy has not developed at the rate of other comparable countries.
”If we must develop and reap the fruits of our democratic dispensation we must shun corruption at all levels. It is, therefore, your responsibilities and other anti-corruption agencies to kill corruption before Corruption overtakes Nigeria, ” he said.