Stella Dimoko Inspector General Of Police Muhammed Adamu Reportedly Retires All DIGs


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Monday, January 28, 2019

Inspector General Of Police Muhammed Adamu Reportedly Retires All DIGs

The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Muhammed Adamu has reportedly retired all the Deputy Inspectors-General of Police (DIGs).

The affected officers include DIG in charge of Finance and Administration, Maigari Dikko; DIG in charge of operations, Habila Joshak; DIG Information and Communications Technology, Emmanuel Inyang; and DIG in charge of Logistics and Supply, Agboola Oshodi-Glover, the Nation reports...

Others are, DIG in charge of Research and Planning, Mohammed Katsina; DIG in charge of Training and Development, Sani Mohammed; and DIG in charge of Federal Criminal Investigation and Intelligence, Peace Ibekwe-Abdallah.

One of the affected DIGs confirmed the retirement to The Nation on Sunday night. According to the DIG “Well I believe the news of our retirement should be true and the Force Spokesman should be the best person to confirm it to you. Officially, we have not received letter of retirement but I think the Force Public Relations Officer will confirm it to the media soon.”

The retired DIGs served with the recently retired IGP, Ibrahim Idris and were Adamu’s senior Colleagues....

From Daily Post


  1. Whose script is this man acting out? First he reverses the check placed on the excesses of sars now this?

  2. Oh well, its mostly like that in the force though I see no reason why he should do so.

  3. The way and manner of always picking the IGP among the list rank is not fair. What happens with picking the next most senior officer? That means if you don't have a godfather in the politics, nothing for you and that's why they always end up defending and doing the bidding of the political godfather not ensuring peace and safety of the citizens.

  4. Well, it is the tradition of the military and police force to be retired if your junior, like in this instance, is made your superior. Because you cannot be taking orders from your junior except if your junior was retired before he was nominated into the senior position.

    1. They don't know. This IGP will do well.

  5. His superiors can't answer to him hence the need for the compulsory retirement.

  6. Does he have the power to do that, is it not the Police Service Commission that can do that.


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