Nigeria Police Academy denies opening admissions into school, warns against fraudsters

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By Muhammad Bukar

The Nigeria Police Academy, Wudil, Kano, has described as fake and fraudulent, news that it is admitting new intakes into the School, warning Nigerians to be wary of fraudsters spreading false information.

The Commandant of the Academy, AIG Sadiq Abubakar, told newsmen on Tuesday, that the Academy is shocked to find out that some criminal elements were selling admissions to unsuspecting victims.

“I want to clarify that those behind the spreading and selling of the offers of admissions are fraudsters who are all out to tarnish the good image of the Academy and let me say this without fear of contradiction that there are no admissions in this academy”.

The Commandant explained that plans were underway by the institution to introduce new programmes on security studies.

The Commandant who made the disclosure during the media parley with journalists, said it will offer various certificate courses under security studies.

Abubakar said the Institution as the only one in West Africa will now offer security officers the opportunity to study such courses in the institution rather than travelling abroad.

The Commandant also hinted that the Academy plans to introduce skills acquisition such as bread production and poultry farming, among others.

The move, he explained is to drive internal revenue generation for the institution.

He further called on Nigerians to be wary of scammers of fake admission lists, warning that the institution has not released any admissions list.

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