The Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase, has approved the promotion of 558 teachers in police primary and secondary schools across the country.
It was learnt that the promotion, which takes immediate effect, was meant to address the complaints among the teaching staff and also to motivate them to perform better.
The Director, Directorate of Police Education, DCP Kabiru Ibrahim, who disclosed this in an interview with journalists, on Tuesday in Abuja, explained that the teachers would soon receive their letters of promotion.
According to him, the IG was interested in making police schools one of the best in the country, hence the increasing investment in academic facilities and the teaching staff to ensure a high quality of academics.
“It is my pleasure to inform you that the IG has approved the upgrading and promotion of 558 teachers in all police primary and secondary schools nationwide. We believe that with this promotion, our teachers would be better motivated to give their best and to ensure that the schools produce academically sound and well rounded students,” Ibrahim explained.