Thursday, 9 April 2015

IGP redeploys Senior Officers for election duty


In addition to the deployment of six Deputy Inspector-General of Police to coordinate Police activities in the six geo-political zones, the Inspector-General of Police, IGP Suleiman Abba, CFR, NPOM, NPM, mnihas deployed Assistant Inspectors-General of Police to supervise the April 11th 2015 gubernatorial elections in the following states listed against their names: See it after the cut...


S/NO
RANK
                   NAME
TO
1
AIG
USMAN A. GWARY
ABIA STATE
2
AIG
OLUFEMI ADENAIKE
KWARA STATE
3
AIG
MBU J. MBU
OGUN STATE
4
AIG
PATRICK DEY DOKUMOR
KADUNA STATE
5
AIG
TAMBARI Y. MUHAMMED
JIGAWA STATE
6
AIG
MOHAMMED JINJIRI ABUBAKAR
GOMBE STATE
7
AIG
IKEMEFUNA R. OKOYE
OYO STATE
8
AIG
TUNDE OGUNSAKIN
RIVERS STATE
9
AIG
JUBRIL O. ADENIJI
BAUCHI STATE
10
AIG
YERIMA IRIMIYA
IMO STATE
11
AIG
BABA ADISA BOLANTA
AKWA IBOM STATE
12
AIG
LAWAL TANKO
LAGOS STATE
13
AIG
BALLAH M. NASARAWA
BENUE STATE
14
AIG
MUSA ABDULSALAM DAURA
EDO STATE
15
AIG
ADERELE T. SHINABA
PLATEAU STATE
16
AIG
BALA A. HASSAN
SOKOTO STATE


Following Commissioners of Police were also deployed for election duties to states indicated as follows;

1.     Anambra State – CP Sam Okaula

2.     Ekiti State – CP E. J.  Ibine

3.     Enugu State – CP Adamu Mohammed

4.     Osun State – CP Valentine Ntomchukwu


Also, the IGP has deployed a Commissioner of Police to command each of the Senatorial Zones of the following States; Gombe, Bauchi, Imo, Akwa Ibom, Lagos, Benue, Edo, Plateau and Sokoto.


For Rivers State, the following Special Units of the Nigeria Police Force have been deployed to address security concerns. These are; 32 Units of Police Mobile Force (PMF), 4 Units of Counter terrorism Units (CTU), 4 Units of Special Protection Units (SPU) and 6 Crack Teams of Detectives from Force Criminal Investigation Department (FCID) and complements of Intelligence officers.



Ag. CP EMMANUEL C. S. OJUKWU, psc 
 FORCE PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER,
FORCE HEADQUARTERS,
                                       ABUJA.

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