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Oromia Police University College has graduated a number of drivers who have been training for a long time by comparing their driver’s licenses with the regional prisons, special forces and the Police University College.Oromia Police
Speaking on the occasion, Bekele Megersa, Deputy Commissioner of the Oromia Police Commission Special Task Force, said the graduates should follow the ethics of police and driving and avoid road traffic accidents involving members of the police, the community and property.Oromia Police
The Deputy Commissioner of the Oromia Police Commission, Special Envoy, also urged the graduates to fulfil their police duties and responsibilities more effectively.
Oromia Police University College Director General, Assistant Commissioner Tolcha Megersa, on his part, said all the police officers and members should be involved in the task of preventing road accidents in the country. Oromia Police
It is said that the graduates have received adequate training in police ethics in order to further prevent and reduce the seriousness of traffic accidents by following the technology and the rules and regulations of other drivers to prevent traffic accidents that may result in the loss of life and property.Oromia Police

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The graduates have been evaluated by the Model Driver Training Academy and have proven to be competent drivers.