The Police Service Commission (PSC) has approved the posting of 12 Commissioners of Police (CPs) to different state commands in the country.
This is as the Chairman of the Commission, IGP Solomon Arase retd., has tasked them on greater dedication to national duty from the new state command commissioners.
A press statement by the PSC
Head, Press and Public Relations, Ikechukwu Ani, Tuesday in Abuja, said:
“The PSC has approved the appointment of 12 Commissioners of Police to different state commands in the country.
“The new CPs are; Mohammed Usaini Gumel, posted to Kano State Command; Haruna Gabriel Garba; Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Command, Abuja; Tajudeen A. Abass; Delta State Command; Oladimeji Yomi Olarewaju; Ogun State Command; Taiwo Jesubiyi; Ondo state Command; and Julius A. Okoro; Benue State Command.
“Others are; Romokere Ibiani; Bayelsa state Command; Mohammed Bunu; Yobe State Command; Garba Musa Yusuf; Kaduna State Command; Garba Ahmed; Zamfara State Command; Hayatu Kaigama Ali; Sokoto State Command and Aliyu Musa, Katsina State Command.”
Ani further stated that the Commission’s boss said the new posting comes with a lot of commitment and innovativeness and demand of them total loyalty to the Nigerian nation.
“He noted that at this national transition period, the new State Command Commissioners must brace up for challenges in the course of their duties.
“The PSC chairman said they should quickly settle down to duty and tackle the security challenges in their respective states of posting.
“He said the commission will monitor their stewardship in their various state commands and ensure that they do not derail from established rules and regulations. He wished them well and promised the commission’s support at all times.”