Police academy mourns death of cadet

The Nigeria Police Academy (POLAC) has announced the death of one of its cadets Sulaiman Jika, who died on Saturday after a brief illness.

In a statement by POLAC’s Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Hussain Suleman, the late Jika died had earlier visited earlier been discharged and certified fit after visiting the clinic last Tuesday.

He however said the sickness resurfaced again, failing to recover.

The statement read, “The Nigeria Police Academy (POLAC) is deeply saddened to announce the passing of one of its cherished cadets, Mr. Sulaiman Jika, who succumbed to a brief and unexpected illness. Jika, a dedicated cadet from the Department of Computer Science, was a proud native of Adamawa state.

“On 29th August, 2023, he sought medical attention at the  Academy Clinic due to an ailment. Following a diligent course of treatment and his gradual recovery, he was certified fit and discharged by the Medical Doctor on call the next day, and tasked to return at regular intervals for checks which he adhered to. However, fate took an unforeseen turn. On 2nd September 2023, he was once again admitted to the clinic for further examination and care following a complaint of restlessness. Though his vitals were normal upon examination and all necessary medical steps were taken, we regrettably report his untimely passing.

“The Commandant of the Nigeria Police Academy, AIG Sadiq Idris Abubakar, extends his deepest condolences to the grieving family, friends, and loved ones of Cadet Sulaiman Jika. Our thoughts and prayers are with them during this period of profound sorrow. May God Almighty grant them the strength and resilience to bear this heavy loss.”

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