The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Kayode Adeolu Egbetokun, NPM, Ph.D., was recognized and honoured with the distinguished title of Fellow by the esteemed Society for Peace Studies and Practice (SPSP).
The investiture ceremony, held at Dennis Hotel in Wuse, Abuja, was graced by distinguished personalities, government officials, and esteemed figures who lauded IGP Egbetokun’s outstanding contributions to preserving peace and security within Nigeria. His tenure as a law enforcement leader has been marked by an unwavering commitment to professionalism.
In an emotive acceptance speech, IGP Egbetokun expressed his heartfelt appreciation for the honour bestowed upon him.
He highlighted the critical importance of collective efforts in addressing the multifaceted challenges confronting the nation.
Furthermore, he pledged the Police Force’s unwavering commitment to collaborating with the Society for Peace Studies and Practice in enhancing the capacity of officers and personnel through continuous training and retraining initiatives.
The investiture ceremony symbolized a unity of purpose, uniting scholars and experts in peace and security practices in pursuit of a shared objective – the advancement of peace and stability across Nigeria.
IGP Kayode Adeolu Egbetokun, NPM, Ph.D., stands as a beacon of inspiration within the law enforcement community, embodying the vision for a safer and more secure Nigeria.
Notable attendees at the investiture ceremony included Mr Nathaniel Awuapila, President of the Society for Peace Studies and Practice, Professor Elias Bogoro, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Professor Isaac Albert, founder of SPSP, and Professor Noah Yusuf, Vice Chancellor of Al-Hikimah University Ilorin.