NIGERIAN IPOs TRAINING



STORY: NIGERIAN IPOs TRAINING
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SOURCE: AMISOM PUBLIC INFORMATION
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LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
DATELINE: 24/JULY/2014, MOGADISHU, SOMALIA

SHOT LIST

1. Wide shot, Rex Dundun, AMISOM Police Chief of Staff addressing Nigerian Individual Police Officers (IPOs)
2. Med shot, Police officers listening to Rex Dundun, AMISOM Police Chief of Staff
3. Med shot, Police officers
4. Close up shot, Nigeria National Police badge
5. Med shot, Rex Dundun, AMISOM Police Chief of Staff addressing the police officers
6. Close up shot, Edwin Mugera, AMISOM Police Public Information Officer speaking to the officers
7. Wide shot, Deputy Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission in Somalia Hon. Lydia Wanyoto Mutende and AMISOM Police Commissioner Anand Pillay arriving at the training center
8. Med shot, Rex Dundun addressing the gathering
9. Wide shot, Rex Dundun speaking to the officers
10. Close up shot, Deputy AMISOM Police Commissioner Benson Oyo-Nyeko listening
11. Med shot, AMISOM Police Commissioner Anand Pillay addressing the officers
13. Med shot, Police officers listening to AMISOM Police Commissioner Anand Pillay
14. Wide shot, AMISOM Police Commissioner addressing the Nigerian police officers
15. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) ANAND PILLAY, AMISOM POLICE COMMISSIONER:
“Wherever you are posted, we will be monitoring and assessing your performance. We will also be providing you with the necessary support from our side at Police Headquarters, to ensure that you are given the necessary support and assistance to perform your duties.”
13. Med shot, Police officers listening to DSRCC Hon. Lydia Wanyoto Mutende
14. Wide shot, DSRCC Hon. Lydia Wanyoto Mutende addressing the police officers
15. Close up shot, DSRCC Hon. Lydia Wanyoto Mutende
16. Med shot, DSRCC Hon. Lydia Wanyoto Mutende addressing the police officers
17. Wide shot, police officers listening to Hon. Lydia Wanyoto Mutende
18. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) HON. LYDIA WANYOTO MUTENDE, DSRCC:

“We are here for a very specific mission; those of us that are from Africa, just to ensure that there is peace and stability in our sister country and that we also create reconciliation amongst our brothers and sisters. We are not here to stay, we have an agenda which is specific, which is 2016, we should be able to go back to our home countries and allow Somalia to be run and governed in peace by the Somalis themselves.”
19. Close up shot, Nigerian female police officer
20. Close up shot, Commissioner Anand Pillay
21. Med shot, Nigerian police officers listening to Hon. Lydia Wanyoto Mutende
22. Close up shot, Rex Dundun
23. Wide shot, Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) Akin Fakorede, the commander of the Nigerian IPOs
24. Med shot, Anand Pillay Commissioner AMISOM police, Hon. Lydia Wanyoto Mutende DSRCC and Deputy Commissioner Benson Oyo-Nyeko
25. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) AKIN FAKOREDE, COMMANDER NIGERIA IPOs:
“A lot of peacekeepers have worked so hard from when the mission begun in 2007 thus far, so we are coming here to see how we can drive the mission forward, progressively towards peace.”
26. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE (DSP) JUSTINE ENEFU:
“We are going to mentor and advise, more especially the women. At the same time we are going to build their capacity to see how we reform them to be a better Somali.”
27. Close up shot, female police officers
28. Med shot, Police officers at the closing ceremony
29. Wide shot, Police officers at the closing ceremony

STORY

23 officers of the Nigerian Police Force serving under the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) have completed a six day induction course as they begin their tour of duty.

The newly deployed Individual Police Officers (IPOs) including 8 women and 15 men arrived in Mogadishu this week.

The training covered different aspects including understanding the mission mandate, Somalia and its culture, humanitarian and international law, civil military co-ordination and dealing with cultural diversity, among others.

Speaking at the closing ceremony of the officers’ induction training, the AMISOM Police Commissioner, Mr. Anand Pillay challenged the newly deployed officers to take their role serious and pledged to give them the support they need.

“Wherever you are posted, we will be monitoring and assessing your performance. We will also be providing you with the necessary support from our side at Police Headquarters, to ensure that you are given the necessary support and assistance to perform your duties,” he said.

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