Abuja gets new police commissioner

The Nigeria Police Force Headquarters, Abuja [Photo Credit:www.npf.gov.ng]

The Police Command in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, has got a new Commissioner of Police.

He is Musa Kimo.

The FCT Command spokesman, Anjuguri Manzah, made this known in a statement on Sunday in Abuja.

He said that Mr. Kimo has since assumed office at the command headquarters.

Mr. Manzah said that Mr. Kimo, who took over from erstwhile Commissioner of Police in the FCT, Mohammad Mustafa, was the immediate past Commissioner of Police in Adamawa.

According to him, Mr. Kimo holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science from the University of Sokoto, and enlisted into the Nigeria Police Force on February1, 1986.

Meanwhile, Mr. Kimo had assured Abuja residents of his willingness to partner with well spirited individuals, groups and all security agencies.

He said that the command under his leadership would be professional, fair, just and God-fearing in discharging its duty.

He also said that the command would evolve strategies that would make the territory safe and secure for all and sundry.

(NAN)


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  • sammyctu ode

    When will somebody from the south hold important positions in FCT like minister, police commissioner, etc? FCT is supposed to be our symbol of unity but can we really say it is as of today after so many years of its creation?

    • Say the truth

      This is because FCT is not for all of you. You are all tenants here. The sheriffs in town are consolidating for the inevitable. Guess.