Buhari extends terms of Police Trust Fund trustees

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The members of the Board of Trustees of the Nigeria Police Trust Fund (NPTF) will serve another term of three years after receiving President Muhammadu Buhari’s approval to continue in their positions.

According to a statement made by the Ministry of Police Affairs on Friday in Abuja, the renewed appointment will begin its new term on May 19, in accordance with the provisions of the NPTF (Establishment) Act, 2019.

In addition, it was stated that the reappointment was a result of the remarkable performance of the board, which was demonstrated by the strengthening of Nigeria’s policing and internal security.

The initial terms of appointment for board members began in May 2020 and were set to last for a period of three years.

They are Suleiman Abba, the Chairman, Abdullahi Bala, the Executive Secretary, and a representative from each of the ministries of Police Affairs, Justice, Finance, and Budget and National Planning. Suleiman Abba is the Chairman, and Abdullahi Bala is the Executive Secretary.

According to NAN, the other members of the panel are as follows: Mansur Ahmed, who speaks for the organised private sector; Michael Adebiyi, who speaks for civil society organisations; and the Inspector-General of Police, who speaks for the Nigeria Police Force.

 

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