IGP Decorates Forty New CPs -No Postings Yet.

January 08 22:11 2020

Security challenges of the nation held back the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu who came in late to decorate forty of his newly promoted Commissioners of Police at a ceremony in Abuja Wednesday morning.
The IGP said that at these times of several security challenges across the globe, the nation demands the loyalty, excellence and professional ability of the senior police officers
Although the IGP could not announce their new postings as sources told me it may not be ready in a week’s time, he pledged his readiness to cooperate at all times with the Police Service Commission (PSC) over the efficient policy to only promote deserving officers of the Force.
Stating that 115 officers have been promoted on merit since last year, Mr. Adamu told the new Commissioners of Police that he was proud of them as ‘’you all fit into my human capacity requirement” adding that he is out for a reform agenda on sustainment of the development efforts of the Force.
The Force Public Relations Officer, Frank Mba had told the gathering that only two important hierarchical positions were recognized in the Nigerian police system by the constitution of the Federal Republic which is the office of the Commissioner of Police (CP) and the Inspector General of Police (IGP) hence the importance attached to the two offices in the Police Force.

The IGP who could not stay out the ceremony handing over to his Deputy Inspector General of Police was assisted in decorating the new CP’s by former Head of Service, Ms. Amma Pepple; former Lagos State Governor, Brig. General Buba Maruwa; former Director General of the NDLEA, Chief Lanre Ipinmisho; Commandant of the War College and some members of the House of Representatives.

All the Police management members also assisted in the decoration.

  • ENIOLA OLATUNJI.
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