INLE Donates Equipment To Nigeria Police

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The office of the International Narcotics and Law Enforcement of the United State Embassy has donated equipment valued over $325,000 to the Nigerian Police.

The equipment will aid in counter-insurgency operations in the northeast and restore civilian authority in areas affected by the Boko Haram insurgency.

the Director International Narcotics and Law Enforcement James Jewett presented the equipment to the Commissioner of Police Akeera Yunuss Mohammed, who represented the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu at the function.

The equipment will be transferred to the Mobile Patrol Division of the Nigeria Police Force officers assigned to Borno State.

For the 500 officers of the Mobile Police Force currently serving in the state, INL provided bulletproof protective vests and bulletproof helmets, goggles, and 20 ballistic shields.

A tent, mosquito nets, first aid boxes, heavy-duty flashlights, foldable mattresses and other hygiene products were also provided.

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