IGP commends woman police for clinching WBF bantamweight belt

By Christopher Oji

The Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Usman Alkali Baba, has congratulated the famous Police Constable, Mary Yetunde Aina (aka Iron Abbey), on her victory at against United Kingdom’s Laura Pain to clinch the World Boxing Foundation (WBF) International Super Bantamweight title belt at City Coast Centre in Portslade, East Sussex, London on Friday February 18, 2022.

In a statement by acting Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, it said “Abbey, who serves in the Lagos State Police Command, has distinguished herself greatly in the boxing sphere by winning several awards and recommendations as a boxing referee at the amateur level. She is equally a renowned boxing judge and a professional boxer with a clean sheet and several amateur wins to her name.

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“The IGP, who intends to receive the champion in Nigeria on arrival soon, commends the cop for her courage and giant strides in making the nation and the Nigeria Police Force proud. In the same vein, the IGP called on sports enthusiasts within the Force to be unrelenting in developing their skills and dauntless in charting new frontiers in the world of sports.

“Similarly, the IGP, while applauding the unprecedented feats recorded in the Nigeria Police Sports circle, charged officers of the Nigeria Police Force to develop and diversify their talents towards the advancement of modern policing strategies that are capable of strengthening the internal security of the country as required.”