…By Dorcas Funmi for TDPel Media.
The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Usman Baba Alkali Baba, has implemented a series of redeployments and postings within the police force to optimize departmental operations and enhance efficiency.
These changes, announced by the Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Muyiwa Adejobi, aim to strengthen different areas of policing and ensure the safety and security of the public.
DIG Hafiz M. Inuwa Takes Charge of the Department of Logistics and Supply:
DIG Hafiz M. Inuwa has been appointed by the Inspector-General of Police to assume leadership of the Department of Logistics and Supply.
This redeployment recognizes DIG Inuwa’s expertise and experience in managing logistical operations within the police force.
DIG Bala Ciroma Assigned to Head the Department of Training and Development:
DIG Bala Ciroma, recently promoted, has been entrusted with overseeing the Department of Training and Development.
This new responsibility highlights DIG Ciroma’s aptitude for fostering professional growth and competence among police personnel.
DIG Emeka Frank Mba Entrusted with the Department of Research and Planning:
DIG Emeka Frank Mba, another recently promoted officer, has been designated to lead the Department of Research and Planning.
This strategic position underscores DIG Mba’s proficiency in utilizing data and analysis to inform effective policing strategies.
Posting/Redeployment of Assistant Inspectors-General of Police (AIGs):
The Inspector-General of Police has also approved the posting and redeployment of seventeen Assistant Inspectors-General of Police to various commands and formations across the country.
These changes aim to optimize the distribution of leadership and expertise within the force.
The Inspector-General of Police has charged the senior police officers with upholding professionalism and respecting the rights of citizens in their new assignments.
They are further entrusted with the crucial responsibility of ensuring public safety and security within their respective areas of responsibility (AORs).
These changes take effect immediately, emphasizing the urgent need to prioritize effective policing for the well-being of the Nigerian populace.
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