Nigeria Police: IGP Approves New Appointments
IGP Mohammed Adamu
New postings have been authorized by Nigeria’s Inspector-Common of Police, Mohammed Adamu.
The IGP authorized the appointment of Sanusi Lemu as Deputy Inspector Common, Division of Operations whereas Usman Alkali Baba turns into an Assistant Inspector-Common, appearing DIG, Finance and Administration.
The promotion adopted the retirement of DIG Abdulmajid Ali and DIG Abduldahiru Danwawu.
Lemu holds a BA(Ed) in Political Science and attended skilled programs, together with Intermediate Command Course, Senior Command Course, and Peacekeeping Coaching Course.
He’s a member of the Nationwide Institute for Coverage and Strategic Research (NIPSS), Kuru, Jos.
The Niger-born cop was Commissioner of Police, Kaduna and Bauchi Police Instructions.
Till now, he was the Assistant Inspector-Common of Police in-charge of Zonal Headquarters (Zone-12), Bauchi.
Baba holds a Masters in Public Administration (MPA) and a BA(Ed) in Political Science.
A fellow of the Nationwide Defence School and a member of the Worldwide Affiliation of Chiefs of Police, Baba has attended a number of skilled programs/workshops.
He was at totally different instances AIG Zone-Four Makurdi, Zone-7 Abuja, Commissioner of Police FCT and Delta Instructions.
Till now, the Yobe-born officer was the Pressure Secretary.
The IGP has appointed AIG Mustapha Dandaura as the brand new Pressure Secretary and a member of the Pressure Administration Group.
Dandaura joined the Police on March 3, 1990. He holds a Grasp of Science Diploma in Worldwide Affairs and Strategic Research, and a Bachelor of Arts Diploma (Hons) in Historical past from the Bayero College, Kano.
Till now, he was the Pressure Provost Marshal, Pressure Headquarters, Abuja. The AIG served as Commissioner of Police Rivers, Anambra and Railway Police Instructions.