The Members of International Center for Human Rights Nonviolence and Safety Awareness (ICHRNVSA), on Thursday 4th of March 2021 paid a courtesy visit to the newly appointed Assistant Inspector General of Police AIG. Dasuki .D. Galadanchi.
The said visit which was to congratulate Dasuki over his new appointment was also an opportunity to present an award to him for his memorable records as a disciplined, principled, devoted, sincere, incorruptible and investigative police officer par excellence.
The AIG expressed his heartfelt gratitude as he gave them a warm reception, he urged them to continually keep in torch. He also encouraged the members of ICHRNVSA to work with the police rather than raising dust about the Nigeria Police Force as the police is your friend and ever willing to corporate with them.
The highly elated AIG thanked the group for seeing the need to embark on the visit.
Dasuki further proposed a collaboration with the NGO for Community policing as he said they collaborate with the police to keep police cell clean, provision of toiletries, free medical screening, refreshments for those in the police custody and monitoring of human rights compliance by the police
According to the Force Annex PPRO Mr. Niyi Ogundeyi “the AIG has passion for the community and the police, he loves partnering with CSO.
He recently brought some experts and trainers to train the police on professional and forensic investigation and he promised to do more for the betterment of Nigeria Police Force and the people”.
Ene Sarah Unobe Esq. The Executive Director ICHRNVSA thanked the AIG for the quality advice and encouragements, she assured him that the members of ICHRNVSA will take heed and act accordingly.
While commending the AIG’s new post she noted that his dedication, hardwork and God’s favour brought him this far.
Dasuki is a devoted and principled police officer from Kano State who, as Assistant Superintendent of Police I and II, meritoriously rose through the graded ranks from Commissioner of Police in 2017 to Assistant Inspector-General of Police, AIG, in 2021.