The inspector General of police, Ibrahim Idris has deployed no fewer than 200 police officers to the North East part of the country in Borno state to support the military in fighting against the Boko Haram insurgency group.
However l, this was disclosed by the Police Public Relations offier, Jimoh Moshood in a statement he published.
In the statement he published he stated that the police officer were already on their way to Borno State as at the time of writing the statement.
He however urged the police officers in his statement.
To be patriotic in their discharging their duty, as it is part of their civil obligations as written in the police act.
These police officers deployed to the North east consist of Mobile Police (MOPOL), FSARS, JTF and to mention but a few.
Recall that about 118 members of the Nigerian army were killed by the insurgent group in a community in Borno which shares boundary with Chad.