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IG of Police Muhamned Adamu remains in office: ther will be no vacuum – Presidency

Retiring Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Adamu, yesterday reported for duty as President Muhammadu Buhari did not name any replacement as widely expected.

Adamu, who was officially due for retirement yesterday, did not hand over the reins of leadership as of the time of filing this report last night.

Amidst the confusion the Presidency yesterday assured that there would not be a vacuum in the position.

A spokesperson for President Muhammadu Buhari, Garba Shehu, who gave the assurance, on a television programme however did not say when a decision will be taken by the president.


But checks showed that a number of Adamu’s course mates who retired yesterday did not attend to official duties. Some of them stayed away from their offices.

Sources informed CRIMECHANNELS that the IGP reported to the office and was at the Police headquarters till late in the evening attending to official duties

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