IGP Egbetokun Presents N2.276 Billion Cheques to 613 Families of Deceased Personnel As NPF Settles 1.742 Claims within 5 month

The Inspector General of Police, IGP Olukayode Egbetokun has presented cheques worth two billion, two hundred and seventy six million, one hundred and ten thousand nine hundred and sixty six naira, eighteen kobo, to six hundred and thirteen (613) families and next of kin of our fallen heroes as the insurance benefits for the insured periods of 2020/2021, and 2022/2023 under the Group Life Assurance policy years. 

In the last five months, the Nigeria Police Force is able to settle a total number of one thousand seven hundred and forty two (1,742) claims of deceased police personnel amounting to three billion, nine hundred and twenty-eight million, two hundred and forty two thousand, one hundred and eighty one Naira (3.928,242,181.72billion naira).    

IGP Egbetokun gave these Cheques today, 16th November, 2023 at the Force Headquarters, Abuja.

IGP Egbetokun said the presentation of this cheques is the third of its kind since his assumption of the Inspectors-General of Police. 

"This is geared towards reassuring serving police officers of this administration total commitment to their welfare. 

He noted that e had given a cheques of 347,533,946 million, were presented to 709 deceased police officers at his first presentation of 14th July, 2023. He added that his second presentation on 26th September 2023, a total amount of one billion, three hundred and two million five hundred and ninety seven thousand, two hundred and sixty nine naira fifty four kobo (1,302,597,269,54)  to 420 deceased police officers. 

IGP Egbetokun reiterates his deepest condolences to the families of departed heroes, we understand your pains and the void created in the absence of their loved ones. 

The presentation of the cheques is a small gesture for the tangible way of showing the Nigeria Police Forced support and gratitude to the families of deceased police officers. 

"Nigeria Police Force is firmly grounded in the belief that every human life is inherently valuable, and the well-being of Officers remains a paramount concern. 

The IGP urged them to make good use of the funds to address their needs and other challenges, particularly in the context of their financial stability

He also commended Force Insurance Officer, CSP Ameh Lydia Enemona, and her team who worked tirelessly to ensure that the initiative becomes a reality.

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