The Police Service Commission (PSC) has been tasked to ensure justice in the ongoing Police recruitment across the country.
The call was made by Bauchi State Governor, Sen Bala Mohammed Abdulkadir while speaking on Wednesday when he received a delegation from the Commission led by a National Commissioner, Justice Clara Baya who paid him a courtesy visit at Ramat House, Bauchi.
The Governor however assured of his administration’s support and readiness to the delegation for the success of the recruitment exercise in the state pointing out that already the Head of Civil Service has been directed to coordinate the assignment.
Bala Mohammed applauded President Muhammadu Buhari for approving the conduct of the recruitment exercise and observed that it will go along way towards enhancing the country’s security system.
The Governor also expressed satisfaction with the efforts of the State Police Command towards tackling social vices and other criminal activities and assured of his support to security agencies working in the state.
On the request made by the National Commissioner in the Commission on the need for the state government to encourage girl child education, Governor Bala Mohammed pledged to come up with Educational Initiative as part of efforts to improve the education sector in the state.
On her part, the leader of the delegation Justice Clara Baya said the visit to the state was to monitor the conduct of the Police recruitment in the state.
Justice Clara Baya who is overseeing the exercise in the North-East assured the Governor that justice would be done in the process in line with Police Community Policing.
The National Commissioner then acknowledged the efforts of Governor Bala Mohammed at given top priority to the security of the state for crime-free society and applauded him for his support to the committee.