By Jonathan Ugbal
A total of 581 Constables of the Nigeria Police Force have graduated from the Police Training School in Odukpani local government area of Cross River State.
This follows their completion of a nine months course training as recruit intakes after they were shortlisted by the Police as trainees.
531 regular Constables participated in the Passing out Parade which had in attendance the Deputy Inspector General of the Department of Training and Development, Force headquarters, Abuja DIG Emmanuel Inyang in attendance.
Mr. Inyang charged them to live above board.
The Assistant Inspector General in charge of Zone 6, AIG Abubakar Marafa and the Commissioner of Police in the state, CP Hafiz Inuwa also addressed the officers.
The commandant, ACP Mohammed Heyman Ali said that 50 specialists who were also trained in the institution did not join in the parade.
A total of 10 squads were graduated with Squad 1 to Squad 8 consisting of 50 Constables each while Squad 9 had a total of 66 with Squad 10 comprising of 65 Constables.
They were made up of intakes from Cross River and Akwa Ibom states and are to report to the state command for deployment on Monday.
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