The Police Service Commission of recent has promoted the former EFCC Boss Ibrahim Magu and six others as Assistant Inspector General of Police( AIG)

 

The police Service Commission to this effect has confirmed  John  Ogbonnaya Amadi as a substantive  Deputy Inspector  General of Police(DIG) and also approved  Zama Bala Senchi’s appointment as a Deputy  Inspector General of Police.

 

The erstwhile  Chairman of the Economic and Financial Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, the Oyo State Commissioner of Police, Ngozi Onadeko, to Assistant Inspector-General of police respectively.

 

 

 

 

Magu, who is the most senior in the CP’s cadre, had missed the last two promotions after returning to the police job.

 

 

 

Other CPs promoted  to AIGs were Abraham Egong Ayim, Okunlola Kola Kamaldeen, Andrew Amieenheme, Akeera Mohammed Younous, Celestine  Amechi Elumelu, and Danladi  Bitrus Lalas(Airwing)

 

 

TRIBUNE also gathered that the PSC also approved the promotion of 23 deputy commissioners to the rank of Commissioners of Police, with  31 Assistant commissioners of Police becoming  Deputy Commissioners of Police and 63 Chief Superintendents of Police promoted to  Assistant  Commissioners of Police.

 

 

 

 

Among those promoted as ACPs are the Divisional  Police Officer in charge of  Bodija Division, Janet  Salami, Moses  Aikuola of Sango Division, and Ali Ganiyu, who just resumed as DPO Igangan, all in Oyo State.

 

 

 

 

PSC’s Head, Press, and Public Relations, Ikechukwu  Ani, in a statement on Monday, said, ‘’the appointments and promotions came after the commission rose from its 15th plenary meeting in Abuja last Friday.

 

 

 

 

The plenary meeting, which began last Wednesday, was presided over by the PSC Chairman and former Inspector-General of Police, Alhaji Musiliu Smith.

 

 

Amadi, who is currently an acting  DIG, replaced the late  DIG Joseph  Egbunike and would be representing the South-East in the Force Management team, while  DIG Senchi, was the most senior in the AIG cadre, the statement read.

 

 

 

 

Other decisions taken by the commission at the plenary were the promotion of 57 Superintendents of  Police earlier skipped when their mates were promote