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Despite lobbies, Police show 21 AIGs way out



Despite lobbies, Police show 21 AIGs way out

The Police Service Commission on Friday approved the retirement of 21 Assistant Inspectors-General of Police because they were senior to the new Acting Inspector General, Idris Ibrahim, before his appointment.

In a statement in Abuja, the Head, Press and Public Relations, PSC, Ikechukwu Ani, confirmed that the chairman of the Commission, Mike Okiro “congratulated the affected officers for their meritorious service to the nation and
wished them well in their new endeavours.”

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The statement said: “The Police Service Commission has approved the retirement of 21 Assistant Inspectors General of Police who were senior to the new acting Inspector General of Police, Idris Ibrahim, before his appointment.”

The Chairman of the PSC, Sir Mbam Mike Okiro, wished the affected officers well in their future endeavours.
Ripples Nigeria has reported earlier that some of the affected officers were made frantic efforts to stop their being retired from the Force.

Below is the list of affected officers:
1 Bala A Hassan
2.Yahaya Garba Ardo
3. Irmiya F Yarima
4. Danladi Y Mshebwala
5. Tambari Y. Mohammed
6. Bala Magaji Nasarawa
7. Musa Abdulsalam
8. Adisa Bolanta
9. Mohammed J Gana
10. Umaru Abubakar Manko
11. Lawal Tanko
12. Olufemi A. Adenike
13. Johnson A Ogunsakin
14. Adenrele T. Shinaba
15. James O. Caulcrick
16 Olufefemi David Ogumbayode
17. Edgar T Nanakumo
18. Kalafite H. Adeyemi
19. Patrick D Dokumor
20. Mbu Joseph Mbu
21. Sabo Ibrahim Ringim.

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