International Women’s Day: Arase Celebrates PSC Women

…… Says they should stand tall, defy stereotypes, and break barriers.

Dr. Solomon Arase, the Chairman of the Police Service Commission, believes that as the world commemorates International Women’s Day today, the women of the Commission should be given extra credit for their dedication and selfless service to the Commission and the people of Nigeria.

According to a press release on Friday, March 8th, 2024, signed by the PSC Head of Press and Public Relations, Ikechukwu Ani, said that Dr. Arase noted that PSC women deserve to be celebrated today for their strength, resilience, contribution, and invaluable impact in our determination to reposition and improve policing in Nigeria.

The PSC Chairman who noted that the United Nation’s theme for this year’s International Women’s Day invests in Women: Accelerate Progress’ is very apt, disclosed that the Commission has since Commissioned and equipped a creche in its Corporate Headquarters in Jabi Abuja for nursing mothers to allow them to bond with their children while at work.

He said the Commission will further investigate other possible areas that will assist in making their job easier.

He charged the women to remain steadfast in their service to the Commission and the nation.

In line with this year’s campaign team, ‘Inspire Inclusion’ Dr Arase urged the women to defy stereotypes and discrimination and strive to continue to excel in all they do.

“As we celebrate IWD 2024, I charge you to always stand tall, shine like the stars you are, defy stereotypes, break barriers and set new records. Happy Women’s Day! “