PSC approves appointment of two DIGs, promotes 427 police officers

The Police Service Fee (PSC) has accepted the appointment of two Deputy Inspectors-Common of Police (DIGs) and the promotion of 427 senior law enforcement officials.

The PSC’s Head of Press and Public Relations, Ikechukwu Ani, confirmed the event in an announcement on Friday in Abuja.

The fee additionally accepted promotion examinations for law enforcement officials in step with the Public Service Guidelines with impact from 2023.

The selections, in keeping with Ani, had been highpoints of the fee’s fifteenth Plenary Assembly presided over by its appearing Chairman, Justice Clara Ogunbiyi.

He stated the PSC additionally accepted the promotion of 12 Commissioners of Police to the subsequent rank of Assistant Inspector-Common of Police.

The newly appointed DIGs had been Mr. Bello Sadiq, presently, Assistant Inspector-Common of Police (AIG) Zone 1, Kano, and Mr. Dandaura Mustapha, AIG Zone 4, Makurdi.

Sadiq will fill the vacant place of DIG, Pressure Intelligence Bureau (FIB).

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Alternatively, Mustapha’s appointment will take impact on October 20.

The newly promoted CPs had been Egbetokun Adeolu, Emienbo Assayomo, Christiana Cookey, Evelyn Peterside, Eboka Friday, Adesina Soyemi, Asafa Adekunle, and Edward Egbuka.

Others are Janet Agbede, Oruebo Daso, Olokode Olawale and Abutu Yaro.

The assertion learn: “57 Assistant Commissioners of Police (ACPs) had been additionally promoted to Deputy Commissioners of Police (DCPs) whereas 60 Chief Superintendents of Police (CSPs) had been promoted to the rank of ACPs.

“286 Superintendents of Police had been promoted to CSPs. The fee additionally accepted the establishing of an 11-Member Police Promotion Examination Board.

“The board could have a consultant of the Nigeria Police Pressure who should not be under the rank of DIG.”

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