In line with the resolve of the Inspector-General of Police to ensure that retired Police officers (irrespective of ranks) and their spouses are not left out in the Force initiative of providing quality and accessible health care services through the National Health insurance scheme(NHIS),the Anambra State Police Command is informing the public especially retired Police officers that the Inspector-General of Police IGP Mohammed Abubakar Adamu has graciously approved the second phase of the enrolment exercise in order to avail retired police officers not captured in the first phase of the exercise
the opportunity to do so.
According to a statement by CSP Haruna Mohammed, the exercise will take place at various Police Area Commands in the State.
All retired police officers (each with a spouse), who were not captured during the 1st phase of the exercise, are therefore required to visit any Police Area Command closest to them (in their respective LGAS) with their Letter of Retirement and Retiree’s I.D Card.
The registration/capturing exercise is scheduled to hold between Monday, 15th March, 2021 – Thursday, 18th March, 2021 in Anambra State.
Haruna also said that Consequently, the registration and services provided under this Scheme is absolutely at no cost and without any form of deduction whatsoever from retirees’ monthly pension.
The Commissioner of Police CP Monday Bala Kuryas therefore enjoins all retired Police Officers in the State who are yet to be captured on the Scheme, to take optimum advantage of this laudable initiative of the Inspector-General of Police GP Mohammed Abubakar Adamu who is always passionate about the welfare of Police personnel before and in retirement.