Sokoto Police Cheque 5.6M

Sokoto Police Cheque 5.6M

Police Present Cheques to Families

The Assistant Inspector General of Police in Sokoto, AIG Abubakar Lawal Daura, gave cheques totaling N5.6 million to the families of a late inspector and two civilian staff. The cheques were provided through the Inspector General of Police’s Family Group Life Assurance Scheme and IGP welfare scheme.

Beneficiaries Receive Different Amounts

The families of Samuel Iliah, Attahiru Muhammed, and Fatima Mannir were presented with cheques of varying amounts. Samuel Iliah received N3,432,269, Attahiru Muhammed received N1,678,200.12, and Fatima Mannir received N500,000 on behalf of their families.

Police Care About Officers’ Welfare

AIG Daura, on behalf of the Inspector General of Police, emphasized the importance of the welfare of police officers and their families. He stated that the police force is committed to supporting its personnel, both living and deceased.

Continued Support for Families

AIG Daura assured the beneficiaries that the police force will continue to provide welfare schemes for its personnel who have sacrificed their lives for the country’s peace and progress.

Advice for Beneficiaries

A statement from the police spokesman, ASP Uthman Yakub Muhammed, revealed that AIG Daura advised the beneficiaries to use the money wisely for the well-being of their families. He also urged guardians to ensure the education of the deceased officers’ families.

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Purpose of the Scheme

The ‘IGP’s Group Life Assurance Scheme’ is designed to support the immediate families of deceased police officers.

Gratitude from a Beneficiary

Samuel Iliah, one of the beneficiaries, expressed his gratitude to God and thanked the Inspector General of Police and AIG Daura for their assistance. He promised to use the money wisely during this time of need.

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