Former Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Alhaji Abubakar Tsav, who is currently the Commissioner of Public Complaints Commission in Benue State, has tasked staffs of the commission to eschew negative traits for posterity.
Tsav, who spoke in Makurdi, the Benue state capital yesterday at a training workshop for the staff, also urged them to take their work seriously, warning that he would not compromise his stand on corruption or any other official misdemeanour.

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“In my public service as a police man, I eschewed all negative traits and it will be silly of me to now imbibe what I did not do when I was a younger person,” Tsav said.
He urged the workers to make personal sacrifices while performing their duties by being honest, fair, sincere and unbiased.
“We must eschew corruption, ethnicity, religious bigotry and political bias in all our dealings with members of the public,” Tsav also cautioned.
He appealed to the workers to be patient with the irregular payment of salaries and allowances, a development he said may have affected their performance, assuring that steps were already being taken to normalise the situation.
Several papers, including techniques of investigation, administrative techniques, procedures and discipline, an overview of the PCC, understanding the role accounts departments in MDAs and some basic concepts, monthly return of statistics and target setting in investigation.

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