Former EFCC Acting Chairman, Lamorde, 17 Others Promoted to the Rank of AIG

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Alex Enumah in Abuja

A former acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, (EFCC), Mr. Ibrahim Lamorde and 17 other Commissioners of Police (CPs) have been elevated to the rank of Assistant Inspectors General of Police (AIG).

Also elevated to the rank of CPs were 33 Deputy Commissioners of Police (DCPs).

According to a statement by the spokesman of the Police Service Commission (PSC), Ikechukwu Ani, their promotion was recently approved by the commission at its 4th Plenary Meeting in Abuja on January 28 and 29, 2019 and presided over by its Chairman, Alhaji Musiliu Smith, a retired Inspector-General of Police.

“The Police Service Commission has approved the promotion of eighteen Commissioners of Police, CPs, to the next rank of Assistant Inspector- General of Police, AIG, and thirty three Deputy Commissioners of Police to the substantive rank of Commissioner of Police”, the statement read.

The other new AIGs are; Maurice A. yusuf; Murtala Usman Mani, Wilson A. Inalegwu, a former CP, FCT; Dibal Paul Yakadi; Haruna Huzi, Mshelia; Mohammad A. Mustafa; Hyelashinda Kimo Musa, former CP, FCT, Ebonyi and Akwa Ibom Commands; Adeleye Olusola Oyebade, a former Oyo State Command CP; Olusola Kamar Subair; Basen Dapiya Gwana; David Oyebanji Folawiyo; Zanna Mohammed Ibrahim; Nkpa N. Inakwu; Chris Okey Ezike, until now CP, Abia State; Moses Ambakina Jitoboh; D.M Obembe and Wilson O. Akhiwu.

Those prompted to the new rank of CP are ; Uche J. Anozia; Nwamhi Felix Yame; Mohammed Abdulmumini Gimba; Musa Adze; Philip Sule Maku; Umaru Haruna Miringa; Usman Sule Gomna; Adamu Usman; Daniel Sokari-Pedro; Ahmed Mohammed Azare; Adamu Saleh Jajeri; Maigana Alahi Sani; Audu Adamu Madaki and Dajuma Mohammed Lawal.

Others are; Ibrahim Sani Ka’oje; John Ogbonnaya Amadi; Ede Ayuba Ekpeji; Mohammed Bagega; Bello Makwashi; Buba Sanusi; Suleiman Balarabe; Rabiu Ladodo; Ndatsu Aliyu Mohammed; Yunusa Edwin Ogwuche; Cyril I. Okoro; Awosola Awotunde; Ayodele Andrew Olatunji; Garuba Danjuma; Bello Sani Dalijan; Imaikop Asuquo Okpongkpong and Sahabo Abubakar Yahaya; Jerome E. Bentem; Idris Nagoyo; Ibrahim A. Gora and Edna Obiageri Ugbebor.