The Emir of Kano cautions against permitting freaks to the police academy

Alhaji Aminu Bayero, Emir of Kano, urged the Nigeria Police School in Wudil to undertake assessments on candidates before enrolling them to the academy.

Bayero made the call during a courtesy visit to Kano by the academy’s commandant, Sadik Abubakar.

The emperor stated that the appeal was required to ensure that “only cadets with solid morals are accepted into the police in order not to aggravate the precarious situation of safety in the country.”

The emir then asked him to choose persons nominated by the palace, underlining that the traditional authority had certified their honesty and manner following meticulous screening.

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 Benjamin has demonstrated that the youthful Nigerian populace is full of great minds. He was born in Umuabiama village, Orumba LGA, Anambra state.

Benjamin received 8 As in his WAEC in 2017. Nise was a student at Federal Government College. He was also reported to have passed the federal government scholarship board exam, allowing him to study pharmacy in Russia.

The smart young man grinned in images made available to while wearing a graduation gown. Another showed him dressed up and standing in what appeared to be his university lobby. A Nigerian man was named the top student in the world.

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