IGP Mohammed Adamu
By Joseph Erunke
THE Inspector-General of Police, IGP Mohammed Adamu, has ordered the posting and redeployment of 13 Assistant Inspectors General of Police, AIGs to zones and formation.
The development, according to a statement by the Force Public Relations Officer, DCP Frank Mba, followed the recent promotion of Commissioners of Police to the rank of Assistant Inspectors General of Police.
The statement read in full:”Following the recent promotion of Commissioners of Police to the rank of Assistant Inspectors General of Police, the Inspector General of Police, IGP M.A Adamu, NPM, mni has today 8th November, 2019 ordered the posting and redeployment of the following Senior Police Officers to Zones and Formations as follows:
“AIG Dan Bature,FDC – AIG DFA FHQ
AIG Hyelasinda Kimo Musa – AIG PMF
AIG Yunana Y. Babas, mni– AIG Zone 8 Lokoja
AIG Dan Mallam Mohammed,fdc – AIG SPU
AIG Mua’zu Zubairu Halilu – AIG CTU
AIG Rabiu Yusuf – AIG ICT
AIG Ahmed Iliyasu – AIG Zone 2, Lagos
AIG Mohammed Uba Kura – AIG Maritime
AIG Zaki M. Ahmed – AIG Zone 6, Calabar
AIG Zama Bala Senchi – AIG Community Policing
AIG Bello A. Sadiq – AIG Zone 1, Kano
AIG Austin Agbonlahor Iwero,fdc – AIG DOPS FHQ
AIG Lawal Ado – AIG Works
“The Inspector-General of Police charges the AIGs to bring their vast experiences and professionalism to bear in advancing the fortunes of the Force. The IGP further directs the Officers to ensure adequate supervision of their respective department/formation to enhance the ongoing drive at repositioning the Force for improved service delivery.
“The posting and the redeployment of the Senior Police Officers are with immediate effect.”