The Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris has expressed concern over alleged killing of police officers on duty by unknown gunmen.
The police boss noted with shock that in the past three months, the force has lost 128  personnel in various parts of the country to what he called unwarranted attacks by suspected religious bigot, bandits, hoodlums and militants.
The Inspector General in a statement regretted the loss of the officers and condoles with their families.
He  assured that the force will provide the necessary support to cushion effects of the irreparable loss. 

In another development the United Action for Change, offered free medical services to some communities in its efforts to improve the living standard of the citizens. 
The campaign came with community fumigation, and other activities at the Ogodo village in Mende Area of Maryland, Lagos to commemorate its one year anniversary.
During the outreach, citizens within the area were educated on their responsibilities to the nation and the need for accountability from government at all levels.

The group over the years has championed  the fight against corruption, probity in governance  and exemplary leadership.