Part of ongoing efforts to restructure and reposition the police

The Acting Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Abubakar, has approved the posting of Assistant Inspectors General (AIGs)  to various formations across the coutry, a statement signed by Frank Mba, the Deputy Force Public Relations Officer disclosed on Saturday.

According to the statement, the posting was part of ongoing efforts to restructure and reposition the police for effective performance and it would take effect from May 30.

Under the new dispensation, Dan’Azumi Doma, is the new Force Secretary, while Solomon Arase will hold fort at  Criminal Intelligence.

Other postings included Solomon Olusegun in charge of  Zone 9, Umuahia; Michael Zuokumor  Zone 4, Makurdi; Orubeb Ebikeme, Zone 11,  Osogbo; Philemon Leha, Zone 1, Kano; and Jonathan Johnson, Zone 8, Lokoja.

Others were Muntari Ibrahim Zone 10, Sokoto; Suleiman Abba, Zone 7, Abuja; Mohammed Tsafe, Zone 2, Lagos; and Saliu Hasima, Zone 5, Benin.

The IG charged the newly posted AIGs to bring their professional skills and experiences to bear in the maintenance of law and order in their zones.

Abubakar said Nigerians were looking up to them for a dynamic and result-oriented leadership on security matters.

The IG charged the AIGs to do everything to justify the confidence reposed in them.

Meanwhile, the IG has also directed Commissioners of Police in the state commands and zonal AIGs to provide adequate security at the venues of Sunday’s Children Day celebrations across the nation.

He said the commissioners should collaborate with relevant stakeholders to ensure that the children enjoy a hitch free celebration.

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