NIMASA pledges support for Nigeria Police Trust Fund
By TVC News Nigeria
30 April 2021 | 5:44 pm
Nigerians for the reformation of the Nigerian Police force, has thrown up the Police Trust fund which is primarily tasked with raising money to help in training and retraining of police personnel.
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