Inspector General Of Police Regulates Social Media Use For Officers

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Inspector General Of Police Regulates Social Media Use For Officers

The Inspector-General of Police, IGP, Mr. Mohammed Adamu, has limited agents of the Nigeria Police Force, NPF, on the utilization of the social media with a restriction on police staff from utilizing pictures of themselves while wearing police outfits on their FaceBook, Twitter handles, WhatsApp or Instagram pages.

The Police boss additionally prohibited police faculty from making, sharing, or remarking on any post that disparages, insults, or disregards any race, sex, ethnicity, clan, religion, or nationality just as making dubious conversations verging on political issues and religion.

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The IGP in an announcement dated June 9th, 2020 cautioned that he is giving all police force in the nation a finesse of 30 days from June 10th for all agents in the power to conform to the new Social Media Policy,

SMP of the NPF by expelling their photos, recordings in police regalia, logos, and symbols from their own online life handles.

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