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IGP appoints new Police Commissioners

03 July 2015, 08:48Augustine Osayande

Abuja - The Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Solomon Arase, has posted new Commissioners of Police to Lagos, Rivers and Ogun States.

Abayomi Shogunle, Deputy Force Public Relations Officer, confirmed the deployments from the Force Headquarters in Abuja.

Shogunle said the development is in line with the determination of the IGP to inject fresh ideas in the security architecture in those states and other Force Headquarters Formations.

He said Ajani Fatai Owoseni was posted to Lagos State Command while Chris Ezike had been deployed to Rivers State Command. Abdulmajid Ali heads the Ogun State Command.

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Shogunle added that Dan Bature was now in charge of intelligence at Force Headquarters Abuja, Valentine Ntomchukwu would handle Admin Dept of Logistics and Supply, Force Headquarters Abuja and Hyelasinda Kimo Musa will serve as Commissioner in Charge of Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad, FCIID Force Headquarters Abuja.

Others are  Kayode Aderanti, who has been posted Admin, Department of Operations Force Headquarters, EJ Ibine to Port Authority Eastern Command and Ogbusua Aja Oleh as Provost, Force Headquarters Abuja.

Shogunle said Arase was hopeful the new postings would reverse the crime wave in the affected states and also strengthen administration in the affected strategic Force Headquarters Formations.

- CAJ News

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