ZONE 2 AIG Urges Residents of Weak Buildings in Police College Ikeja to Leave

December 30, 2016, 2:47 pm

Assistant Inspector General of Police of Zone 2, Kayode Aderanti, has advised residents of buildings that are not in good shape in the Nigerian Police College, Ikeja to vacate them.

He said this when visiting the site of the building that collapsed on Christmas day that killed a police officer and his visitor.

He said that the residents should try to look for where to relocate to because these buildings are dangerous to families and loved ones.

He added that the Nigerian Police Force has embarked on a project to build new residents for police officers with the NPF partnering with state governors to achieve the goal.

Aderanti assured the residents of greater improvement in new building structure and send condolences to the family of the deceased.

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