The Inspector-General of Police, Usman Alkali Baba has approved the posting and redeployment of 24 Assistant Inspectors General of Police (AIGs).
The posting/redeployment of the AIGs was confirmed in a statement by the Force Public Relations Officer, CP Frank Mba.
The statement noted that the posting to Zonal Commands and Formations is in line with the new Manpower Development Policy of the Force and they are with immediate effect.
The postings/redeployments are as indicated below:
i. AIG SPU FHQ ABUJA – AIG ZAKI M. AHMED
ii. AIG ZONE 4 MAKURDI – AIG MUSTAPHA DANDAURA
iii. AIG CTU FHQ ABUJA – AIG DANSUKI D. GALADANCHI, mni
iv. AIG ZONE 17 AKURE – AIG OKON ETIM ENE, mni
v. AIG BORDER PATROL FHQ ABUJA – AIG USMAN D. NAGOGO
vi. AIG ZONE 7 ABUJA – AIG BALA CIROMA
vii. AIG ZONE 9 UMUAHIA – AIG ADELEKE ADEYINKA BODE
viii. AIG ZONE 13 UKPO-DUNUKOFIA AWKA – AIG MURI UMAR MUSA
ix. COMMANDANT POLAC WUDIL-KANO – AIG LAWAL JIMETA TANKO
x. AIG FCID ANNEX LAGOS – AIG USMAN ALHASSAN BELEL
xi. AIG DOPS FHQ ABUJA – AIG ADEBOLA EMMANUEL LONGE
xii. AIG INVESTMENT FHQ ABUJA – AIG MUSA ADZE, fdc
xiii. AIG DICT FHQ ABUJA – AIG PHILIP SULE MAKU, fdc
xiv. AIG ZONE 6 CALABAR – AIG USMAN SULE GOMNA
xv. AIG COOPERATIVE – AIG ADAMU USMAN
xvi. AIG ZONE 3 YOLA – AIG DANIEL SOKARI-PEDRO, mni
xvii. AIG DTD FHQ ABUJA – AIG AHMED MOHAMMED AZARE
xviii. AIG FCID ANNEX KADUNA – AIG MAIGANA ALHAJI SANI
xix. AIG ZONE 12 BAUCHI – AIG AUDU ADAMU MADAKI
xx. AIG MARITIME LAGOS – AIG JOHN OGBONNAYA AMADI, mni
xxi. AIG ZONE 8 LOKOJA – AIG EDE AYUBA EKPEJI
xxii. AIG ARMAMENT FHQ ABUJA – AIG MOHAMMED L. BAGEGA
xxiii. AIG ZONE 15 MAIDUGURI – AIG BELLO MAKWASHI
xxiv. AIG WORKS FHQ ABUJA – AIG BALARABE ABUBAKAR
The IGP has assured the nation that the posting and redeployment of the Senior Police Officers will further help in driving the new policing vision, which amongst other things, is targeted at improving policing services across the country and effectively responding to security threats in the country.
Meanwhile, the Minister of Police Affairs, Muhammad Maigari Dingyadi, has revealed why the federal government retained some senior police officers after the appointment of the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Usman Baba Alkali.
Naija News had reported that President Muhammadu Buhari refused to retire any Deputy Inspectors-General of Police (DIGs) and Assistant Inspectors-General of Police (AIGs) when Baba was appointed police chief.
Speaking during the decoration of 24 newly promoted Commissioners of Police to AIGs, Dingyadi said the high level of insecurity made the government retain the senior police officers.
Source: Naija News