MURIC, an Islamic organization, has asked Nigeria’s Inspector-General of Police to promote an Igbo officer with a PhD.

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MURIC, an Islamic organization, has asked Nigeria’s Inspector-General of Police to promote an Igbo officer with a Ph.D.

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MURIC, an Islamic organization, has asked Nigeria’s Inspector-General of Police to promote an Igbo officer with a Ph.D.

NewsReport gathered that the Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC), the Nigeria Police Force has yet to promote a police corporal, Dr. Nnaji Ebenezer Chibueze, who earned a doctorate in order to advance in the Force.

 

Ishaq Akintola, the group’s director, made the announcement in a statement.

 

Chibueze joined the force as a first-degree holder, but this was not taken into account, according to the statement. The police officer, on the other hand, persisted in his studies until he earned a doctorate.

 

Three years after, he is however yet to be promoted, MURIC said. The group queried the delay as it called on the Inspector General of Police, Usman Alkali, to consider Chibueze’s plight.

The group said: “Dr. Nnaji Ebenezer Chibueze, a native of Umuezibuoko Umualu in Isiuzor local government area of Enugu State, has remained in the same rank as a police corporal three years after bagging his doctoral degree. It is our humble opinion that something is wrong here unless police authorities have a cassu belli for refusing to regularise his rank in accordance with his educational qualification.

 

“From our findings, Ebenezer’s educational background has been the normal routine. From Odorbia Primary School in Umuezibuoko, Umualu (1994-1999) to Community Secondary School, Umualu and Community Secondary School, Ihaohuala in Ihamufu Isiuzor local government area Enugu State where he obtained his Junior School Certificate and the West Africa Senior School Certificate in 2005.

 

“He got his Bachelor of Science Education in Political Science, Administration and Supervision in the year 2010 at Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT) and his master’s degree in the same field at the Abia State University in 2016. He topped his degree with a Ph.D. in the same field in 2019. It is interesting that Ebenezer’s cumulative grade point average in his first, second, and doctorate degrees were 4.40, 4.35, and 4.3 respectively.

 

“Although Dr. Nnaji Ebenezer Chibueze was enlisted into the Nigeria Police Force in the year 2012 after his university education, his first degree was not considered. But he had to join the force to make ends meet as no other job opportunity was available.

 

“It is common knowledge that any interested person with master’s or Ph.D. who wishes to lecture in the Nigeria Police Academy stands a good chance. But Ebenezer is yet to receive a response to his application dated 15th January 2020.

 

“MURIC appeals to the IGP, Usman Alkali Baba, to use his good office to intervene in the plight of Dr. Nnaji Ebenezer Chibueze. The reward of academic brilliance should be a commensurate rank or position. We cannot afford to continue to waste our intellectuals. Besides, the best police officers have often been the most highly educated perhaps because of their exposure to different civilizations and cultures. Our police personnel is doing a tremendous job for this country. They deserve attention.”

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