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Nigeria Police Posts Senior officers

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By Longtong Ibrahim
Kaduna (Nigeria) – Inspector-General of Nigeria Police, Solomon Arase, has approved postings of four senior police officers. This is in a move to further reposition the Force for greater efficiency.

A statement by the Force Public Relations Officer, Emmanuel C.S. Ojukwu says the affected officers include; Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Dan’Azumi Job Doma, to be DIG in-charge of Department of Finance and Administration in the headquarters; DIG Kakwe Christopher Katso, to be DIG in-charge of Force Criminal Intelligence and Investigations Department (FCIID), Abuja;

Others are DIG Chintua Amajor-Onu, who is to be DIG in-charge of Department of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), in the headquarters; and DIG Jubril Olawale Adeniji, to be DIG in-charge of Department of Research and Planning, in the headquarters.

The posting is with immediate effect.

The statement further says, DIG Mamman Ibrahim Tsafe, in-charge of Department of Logistics and Supply, FHQ Abuja, DIG Saliu Argungu Hashimu, in-charge of Department of Training and Development, FHQ Abuja and DIG Sotonye Leroy Wakama, in-charge of Department of Operations, FHQ Abuja would still maintain their duty posts.

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