Police promote two DIGs, three AIGs as IG urges intensive war against terrorism
The Inspector-General of Police, IGP MD Abubakar on Monday announced the promotion of two new Deputy Inspectors-General of Police and three Assistant Inspectors-General of Police.
A statement by Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Frank Mba, explained that the promotion is coming on the heels of the retirement of two Deputy Inspectors-General of Police who were formally pulled out of service in a colourful ceremony last Thursday.
The force force spokesman said those promoted to the rank of Deputy Inspector-General of Police are AIG Michael E. Zuokumor who until his promotion was AIG in charge of Zone 4, Makurdi, and AIG Jonathan Johnson who was formerly in charge of Zone 6, Calabar.
Also promoted to the rank of Assistant Inspector-General of Police are the following Commissioners of Police: CP Fana Abdullahi Salisu Force Quartermaster AIG ;CP Musa Abdulsalam Daura Kano AIG and CP Kakwe Christopher Katso Homicide, FCID Abuja AIG In his congratulatory message, the IGP enjoined the newly promoted senior officers to prove to the nation that they are worth their new rank, and called on them to see their present elevation as an invitation to greater responsibilities.
While charging them to intensify the war against terrorism and other violent crimes in the land, the IGP expressed confidence that the newly promoted officers would bring to bear their professional competence, discipline and experience in their new assignment. Gay Marriage Is A Taboo In Nigeria, Uduaghan Tells International Community