IGP redeploys 19 AIGs, 49 CPs

0
72

The Inspector-General of Police, Mr Solomon Arase has approved the redeployment of 19 Assistant Inspectors General of Police (AIGs) and 49 Commissioners of Police.
This is contained in a statement issued by the Deputy Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Abayomi Shogunle on Friday in Abuja.
Among those redeployed were AIG Joseph Mbu, who was posted as Commandant, Police Staff College, Jos, Adenrele Shinaba as Commandant, Nigeria Police Academy, Kano, and Patrick Dokumor AIG Force Headquarters, Abuja.
The posting also affected all the 12 zonal commands of the police.
The affected officers include: Tambari Mohammed; AIG zone 1 Kano, Bala Hassan; AIG zone 2 Lagos, Mohammed Abubakar; AIG zone 3 Yola, and Yahaya Ardo, AIG zone 4 Makurdi.
Others were, Musa Daura; AIG zone 5 Benin, Adisa Bolanta; AIG zone 6 Calabar, Ballah Nasarawa; AIG zone 7, Abuja, Lawal Tanko; AIG zone 8 Lokoja, Usman Gwary; AIG zone 9, Umuahia.
The rest were, Mohammed Gana; AIG zone 10 Sokoto, Helen Adeyemi, AIG zone 11 Osogbo and , Johnson Ogunsakin, AIG zone 12, Bauchi.
Edgar Nanakumo; AIG Works, Force Headquaters, Abuja, Yerima Irimiya; AIG Maritime Police, Olufemi Adenaike; AIG Training and Development, James Caulcrick; 2i/C Force Criminal Intelligence and Investigations Department, Abuja.
The commissioners affected by the redeployment included former Police spokesman, Mr Emmanuel Ojukwu, deployed to Kogi and Ikechukwu Nwodibo, who was posted to Taraba.
Others are; J. Habila; Abia, Adejo Gabriel Adaji; Adamawa, Muritala U. Mani, Akwa Ibom, Karma Hosea, Anambra, Mohammed K. Mohmmed, Bauchi and P. Okafor, Bayelsa.
Dibai P. Yakadi, Benue , J. Opadokun, Borno, Henry Fadairo, Cross River, Usman Bala Alkali, Delta, P Abdalla, Ebonyi, Chris Ezike, Edo, Etop J. James, Ekiti, Mohammed Adamu, Enugu, Wilson Inalegwu, FCT.
Austin Iwar, Gombe, T. Lakanu, Imo, U. Tilli Abubakar, Jigawa, U.U.Shehu, Kaduna, M. Katsina, Kano, U. Abdullahi, Katsina, Yakubu O. Jubrin, Kebbi.
E. Amadasun, Kwara, F. Owoseni, …Read More

Source:: PM Newspaper