The Nigeria Police Force, Kogi State Police Command wishes to inform the general public particularly retired Police Officers in the State that, the 2nd Phase of the nationwide registration and capturing of retired Police Officers in the ongoing enrolment of retired Police Officers on the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) has commenced.
The exercise which is the initiative of the Inspector-General of Police, IGP Mohammed Adamu NPM, mni is aimed at ensuring that no retired Police Officer (including his/her spouse) anywhere in the country irrespective of rank on retirement is left out from having full access to all NHIS Services and benefits covered by Police Health Maintenance Organization ( Police-HMO ) Code-073.
All retired Police Officers (each with a spouse), who were not captured during the first Phase of the exercise, are therefore required to visit any Police Area Command closest to them ( in their States of resident) with their letter of Retirement and Retiree’s I.D Card.
The exercise which is scheduled to commence on 15th March, 2021 shall be in three batches according to Geo-Political Zone. The North Central Zone is scheduled for batch 2 (Monday 22nd March, 2021- Thursday 25th March, 2021) this includes, FCT, KOGI, KWARA, NASARAWA, BENUE, PLATEAU AND NIGER STATES respectively.
The Commissioner of Police, Kogi State Police Command, Ede Ayuba Ekpeji psc (+) notes that the registration and services provided under this scheme is absolutely at no cost and without any form of deduction whatsoever from retiree’s monthly pension. He therefore urges all retired Police Officers who are yet to be captured on the scheme to take optimum advantage of the 2nd Phase exercise which will avail them with affordable healthcare services in retirement.