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New Posting:Imo, Ekiti, FCT, Adamawa, Six Others get new police Commissioners

New Posting:Imo, Ekiti, FCT, Adamawa, Six Others get new police Commissioners

New Posting:Imo, Ekiti, FCT, Adamawa, Six Others get new police Commissioners

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Inspector-General of Police, Olukayode Egbetokun

The Police Service Commission on Wednesday announced the approval of the appointments and postings of  Igwe and nine other CPs to 10 commands, in a statement by its spokesperson, Ikechukwu Ani.

The approval followed the promotion of 14 Deputy Commissioners of Police to the substantive ranks of Commissioners of Police.

Before his latest appointment, Igwe was on January 17 appointed by the Inspector-General of Police, Olukayode Egbetokun, as the Commander of the FCT Special Intervention Squad.

Ani, in a statement on Wednesday, said, “The Police Service Commission has approved the appointment and posting of Commissioners of Police for 10 State Commands of the federation.

“This is coming on the heels of the promotion of 14 Deputy Commissioners of Police to the substantive rank of Commissioners.

“The newly appointed state Commissioners of Police are Peter Opara, former Deputy Commissioner, Administration in Imo State who has been posted to Osun State; Olughemiga Adesina posted to Benue State; Akinwale Adeniran, Ekiti State Command, and Mohammed Abba, Adamawa State Command.

“CP Beneth Igwe has returned to the Federal Capital Territory Command as the Commissioner in charge of the Command. He was once DCP, OPs in the FCT Command.

“Abaniwonda Olufemi, CP Force Secretary’s office has been posted to Delta State Command; Ademola Ayilara, former DCP State CID Lagos Command now heads the Akwa Ibom State Command; David Iloyanomon, former DCP Administration Anambra State Command has been posted to head Taraba State Command; Abayomi Peter takes over Ondo State Command, and Hassan Yabnet is now CP Plateau State Command.

“The PSC Chairman, Dr Solomon Arase,  told the new command CPs that they should rebuild public trust through a robust partnership with the public. He warned that the commission will not accept any excuse for failure to give effective and efficient leadership.

“He assured them that the commission will continue to encourage them but warned that the security of lives and properties in their areas of jurisdiction should not be taken for granted.”

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