Sep 23, 2017

Police officers threaten to desert over lack of jobs

A number of police officers have threatened to desert the force over non-deployment, The Observer has learnt. Some of the disgruntled officers are said to be at the rank of assistant superintendent of police , having joined the force in 2014. Ideally, officers at this rank are supposed to be in charge of stations and operations, the armoury or serving as parade commanders, among other duties...

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