IGP deploys new AIGs Ali, Mba to Lagos, others
Police release Imo LP Assembly candidate, Amadi
The Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Usman Alkali Baba, has ordered the posting/redeployment of Assistant Inspectors-General of Police (AIGs) to Departments, Commands and Formations in line with his manpower development policy of fitting the right persons into appropriate roles.
Meanwhile, AIG Mohammed Ali Ari, formerly the CP of Delta State, is to resume as AIG Zone 2, Lagos, while AIG Frank Mba, a former police spokesman, is to resume at the apex investigation office of the police in Force CID Annex, Alagbon, where he would supervise investigative activities in the entire South-West.
The IGP charged all newly-posted and redeployed officers to put their best forward in ensuring that the activities of their new commands, formations and departments align with the police reform mandate.
IN another development, the Imo State Labour Party (LP) House of Assembly candidate for Owerri Municipal Constituency seat, Clinton Amadi, has been released from police custody.
Director-General of Amadi’s Campaign Organisation (Trust and Obey), Chief Nwaohiri, confirmed his release. In a statement, the campaign group DG thanked all who intervened in Amadi’s freedom.
Meanwhile, the state Chairman of the LP, Festus Onyekwulisi and others in a co-signed statement, condemned the arrest, alleging that the action was “politically-motivated,” and demanded for Amadi’s release.