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Saturday 20 July 2013

Goodluck Jonathan commissions police estate in Lagos

Nigerian president, Dr Goodluck Jonathan on Friday, July 19, commission the police estate at Idimu area in Lagos, south-west Nigeria.
The event, which was attended by the incumbent inspector-general of police, Muhammed Abubakar, senator Paulinus Nwagwu, chairman, senate committee on police affairs and his counterpart in the federal house of representatives,Hon Usman Bello Kumo had in attendance other prominent persons.
Mike Okiro, who is now the chairman of the police service commission, who initiated the estate project when he was the inspector-general of police, was visibly elated has the police estate project was abandoned by two of his successors.
Named: Goodluck Ebele Jonathan Estate, our reporter learnt that a 3-bedroom flat at the estate, which is meant exclusively for members of the Nigeria police force, goes for N8million to Police Officers.
Speaking at the occasion, Jonathan showered encomiums on the police for bringing the Mike Okiro police estate project to reality. He however advised that the standard of the estate should be maintained

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