The Inspector-General of Police also stated that police officers across the country will continue to enjoy health insurance even after retirement.
Muhammed Adamu, The Inspector-General of Police, has stated that police officers who died and those injured following the aftermath of the #EndSARS protests will be promoted to the next rank.
The IGP who said this after assessing burnt police stations in Edo state on Wednesday November 4, stated that police officers across the country will continue to enjoy health insurance even after retirement.
Adamu also disclosed that families of those who lost their lives and those injured will be compensated.
He Said; “While in service, we registered for Health Insurance Scheme but it stops when we retired. Now, this government said no, it is not encouraging and it is now part of the law that those that have retired from the force will continue to enjoy health insurance scheme.”
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