Police Officers Protest Unpaid Allowance After 7 Months Of Deployment In Katsina (Video)

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Men of the Counter-Terrorism Unit of the Nigerian Police Force in Katsina State staged a peaceful protest requesting to see the governor of Katsina State, Aminu Bello Masari, and the Commissioner of Police over their unpaid allowance and refusal of reposting for over 7 months, IgbereTV reports.

No allowance, no market" – Police officers protest over unpaid allowance  after 7 months of deployment in Katsina State (Video) - YabaLeftOnline

Pleading anonymity, a police officer told newsmen that they were deployed to Kastina state in January, and the special duty was supposed to last for 3 months; but sadly, this is the 7th month, and they’ve yet to get any allowance.

No allowance, no market" – Police officers protest over unpaid allowance  after 7 months of deployment in Katsina State (Video) - YabaLeftOnline

According to the policeman, the officers stay in the various camps inside the bush.

See the video below.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CRGChGTrOWo/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link



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