We Haven't Received Any Allowance For More Than Six Months Now; Police Fighting Insurgency

Police officers engaged in counter-insurgency operations in North-East Nigeria have raised concerns over the absence of their allowances over the past six months. These officers, drawn from different states, were deployed to the region to collaborate with other security forces in combating Boko Haram insurgents and addressing other criminal activities in the area. The affected officers have voiced their difficulties resulting from the non-payment of their allowances.

Selected from various states, these officers were sent to the North-East region to join security operations alongside other forces, aiming to combat Boko Haram insurgents and tackle other criminal elements. Despite their dedicated efforts, they have not received their allowances for the past six months, leaving them in a challenging situation.

Despite their continuous efforts, the officers have not received their allowances for the last six months, exacerbating their already demanding circumstances. Efforts to address this issue through official channels have proven futile, with officers expressing their distress over the lack of payment.

Despite numerous attempts to address the situation, including contacting the Nigerian Police Force spokesperson, Muyiwa Adejobi, the issue remains unresolved. The ongoing insurgency in Nigeria's North-East region has persisted for over a decade, resulting in widespread casualties and displacement, particularly in states like Adamawa, Borno, and Yobe.

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