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POWA Unveils Sanomi-Donated Barracks Inspection Bus To Monitor Officers’ Hygiene

ByHybrid News

Jul 17, 2023

The President of the Police Officers’ Wives Association (POWA), Mrs. Elizabeth Egbetokun, received and inaugurated a state-of-the-art Barracks Inspection Bus.

The bus was donated by the Sanomi Foundation, through Mr. Igho Charles Sanomi, a dedicated philanthropist and the son of a retired Assistant Inspector-General of Police.

The event, presided over by the Inspector General of Police (IGP), highlighted the importance of maintaining the hygiene and overall wellness of police officers in the force.

It demonstrated a commitment to improving the living conditions of officers and encouraging them to lead healthy lifestyles.

The Barracks Inspection Bus is equipped with modern facilities and amenities, serving as a mobile platform for conducting comprehensive inspections of police barracks nationwide.

Its purpose is to address issues related to officers’ hygiene, living conditions, and wellness by providing a conducive environment for necessary evaluations and interventions.

The bus will play a crucial role in identifying areas that require improvement and facilitating targeted interventions to enhance the overall well-being of police officers and their families.

During the launch, the IGP stressed the significance of officers’ health and encouraged them to adopt healthy lifestyles.

Acknowledging the challenges faced by law enforcement personnel, the IGP pledged increased support for POWA’s welfare agenda and reiterated the Force’s commitment to providing better living conditions and wellness programs for officers.

This initiative is part of a broader strategy aimed at enhancing the physical and mental well-being of police officers, ultimately resulting in improved performance and public safety.

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