Breaking: IGP Appoints New Commissioners Of Police For 13 States

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The Inspector-General of Police, , has ordered the posting of to assume command of thirteen (13) State Commands, including the Federal Capital Territory.

This was revealed to Ejes Gist News in a statement signed on behalf of the by the Force Spokesman, CP Frank Mba.

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The Senior Officers’ posting is part of a larger effort to reposition the Force for greater efficiency, to stabilise the internal security order, and to ramp up the fight against crime and criminality in the country.

Niger State Command, CP Monday Bala Kuryas; Kwara State Command, CP Emienbo Tuesday Assayamo; Nasarawa State Command, CP Soyemi Musbau Adesina; Taraba State Command, CP Abimbola Shokoya; Benue State Command, CP Akingbola Olatunji; Federal Capital Territory Police Command, CP Babaji Sunday; Kogi State Command, CP Arungwa Nw

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CP Ndatsu Aliyu Mohammed, a former Commissioner of Police in Enugu State, is now the CP Anti-Fraud Unit FCID, Abuja; CP Sikiru Akande, a former CP in Cross River State, is now the CP ICT, Force Headquarters, Abuja. Similarly, CP Bankole Lanre Sikiru has been assigned to the position of CP INTERPOL, FCID Lagos, while CP Augustine Arop has been assigned to the position of Deputy Commandant, Police Staff College Jos.

While charging the officers to justify the public’s trust in them, the IGP assured citizens that the Force would continue to work to stabilise security in the country. He urged citizens in the affected states to work with their new police commissioners to ensure effective service delivery.

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The Senior Police Officers have been posted and redeployed with immediate effect.



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