IG of Police, Suleiman Abba, redeploys Commissioners of Police

Inspector General of Police, Suleiman Abba

The Inspector General of Police, Suleiman Abba, on Tuesday redeployed 33 Commissioners of Police to various commands and formations across Nigeria.

A statement by the police spokesperson, Emmanuel Ojukwu, said the postings are in line with efforts to reposition the Force, fill vacancies created and also in view of officers proceeding on course at the National Institute of Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS) Kuru, Jos as well as posting of returning senior officers from NIPSS.

He also said the redeployment, which “is in line with determination and drive to enhance the administrative and operational effectiveness of the Nigeria Police Force”, is with immediate effect.

Below is a list of newly redeployed CPs and their commands:

S/NRANKNAMEFROMTO
1CPDanladi Y MshelbwalaExplosive Ordinance Disposal Unit (EOD)Kebbi State
2CPIbrahim K. IdrisPolice Mobile Force(PMF)Kano State
3CPShuaibu L. GamboSokoto StateCounter Terrorism Unit, FHQ
4CPMusa Katsina MohammedNIPSSOyo State
5CPUsman Tilli AbubakarNIPSS JosJigawa State
6CPOlufemi David OgunbayodeNIPSS JosZamfara State
7CPWaheed Olayikan salauAirport CommandNIPSS Kuru Jos
8CPDorothy A. GimbaNIPSS JosAirport Command
9CPFoluso A. AdebanjoEdo StateNIPSS Kuru, Jos
10CPAgboola Oshodi-GloverICT, FHQ, AbujaNIPSS Kuru, Jos
11CP.A.K. ShodipoOyo State Special Fraud Unit FHQ, ABJ
12CPIdris Faruk UmarJigawa StateCP Intelligence
13CPUsman YakubuNassarawa StateNIPSS Kuru, Jos
14CPMohammed Sani Usman Dept of Planing & Statistic, FHQ ABJNassarawa State
15CPIbrahim AdamuAbia StateNIPSS Kuru, Jos
16CPSalisu Fagge AbdullahiSpecial Protection Unit (SPU) FHQ ABJSokoto State
17CPLawal ShehuBauchi StateCP Dept of Finance & Admin, FHQ ABJ
18CPNyats Nyehsu JatauCP Railway LagosTaraba State
19CPTijani BabaZamfara StateCP Special Protection Unit, FHQ ABJ
20CPMohammed K. MohammedDeputy Commandant Police Staff College, JosBauchi State
21CPPaul E. OkaforKogi StateBayelsa State
22CPVanletine U. NtomchukwuBayelsa StateOgun State
23CPAdemola OmoleTaraba StateDeputy CMDT, Police Staff College, Jos
24CPJoshak HabilaCP Counter Terrorism Unit FHQ ABJAbia State
25CPDamilola Samuel AdegbuyiSpecial Fraud Unit FHQ ABJEdo State
26CPRasheed Olatunde I. AkintondeCP Intelligence FIB FHQCP Interpol FHQ ABJ
27CPAdeyemi O. Samuel OgunjemilusiCP Interpol, FHQ ABJKogi State
28CPIshaku Alhaji BarauKebbi StateCommandant Police Detective College, Enugu.
29CPSam OkaulaState CID Delta StateGeneral Investigation, FCID FHQ ABJ
30CPDibaL Paul Yakadi2i/c Anambra StatePolice Mobile Force FHQ ABJ
31CPHaruna Huzi MsheliaNational Defence College, ABJCommandant Police College, Orji-River, Enugu
32CPUsman Ali AbdullahiPoliceCP Railway Command
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33CPMohammed A. Mustafa2i/c Akwa-Ibom State Explosive Ordinance Disposal Unit, FHQ ABJ

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  • Omo Owu

    Why are there no women there ?

    • Mamman

      Plenty women. They abreviate their names and also insisted that they should not be identified as such in their rank nomenclature.

  • Lemmuel Odjay

    I felt alarmed there are not enough females on the list,

    • Fulani Nomad

      Women don’t withstand the pressure of election riggers. It is entirely the job of thugs among men. Even Brigadier Momoh, was heard saying if they want him to cry he would. Remember the former INEC REC who tender her resignation letter at the eve of election just to avoid such pressure!

      • Lemmuel Odjay

        You have a point there, I guess. But women should be able to find ways round this stumbling block. In Nigeria, it is safe to say 85% of “successful” men are thieves, for in no other country in the world could one make a billion dollars within a period of one year except in Nigeria. And if the saying is true that behind every successful man is a woman, then the Nigerian female must fashion out a way to have her share of the pie. After all, is Nigeria not all about SHARING?