The spokesman of the command, Mr Suleiman Aminu, made this disclosure in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Benin on Thursday.
He said the new recruits were part of those who were recruited nationwide and deployed to various formations across the country.
Aminu said the recruits, who had just compeleted their induction programme in Edo command, cut across both the junior and senior cadre of the service.
He said the new recruits would boost the workforce of the command, adding that they were evenly distributed in the seven facilities in the state.
“The Edo command of the service actually has 92 of the new recruited staff, who reported for duty in Edo and they went through four weeks of induction programme.
“As part of their programme, they were told of what the command expected from them and how to conduct themselves in delivering the statutory mandate of the service.
“We expect that the new staff will enhance the efficiency and capacity of the command to deliver on its mandate”.