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Police Service Commission [PSC] promotes FPRO, other senior officers

Police Service Commission [PSC] promotes FPRO, other senior officers

Police Service Commission (PSC) has promoted Force public relations officer Olumuyiwa Adejobi to the rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP).

This is even as assistant inspector-general of police, Sylvester Abiodun Alabi was promoted to deputy inspector-general of police representing the South West.

The commission also promoted inspector Habila Bulus to ASP 11 for his gallantry and commitment to duty; while inspector Mohammed Aminu who trended on social media where he was seen being assaulted on uniform by Seun Kuti was also promoted to ASP 1.

The commission said despite the unwarranted provocation, intimidation and serious assault he exhibited a high level of professionalism, restraint and chose to follow the due process of law to seek redress.


The PSC also stated that some of the inspectors, who attended the last departmental selection board promotion interview and whose promotion to the rank of unconfirmed assistant superintendents of police were approved include Chioma Precious Osuagwu, Special Protection Unit, SPU BASE 6; Emmanuel Ani; Rivers State Command; Godwin Eneji; PMF 3, Enugu; Inspector Joan Nnenna Chime, Enugu State Command; Ifeoma Ezeugo, Enugu State Command; Daniel Yusef; Mathew Nwaosuagwu; Bello Abdullahi and Macus Gah.

Others are Muter Sani; Chinedu Agbo; Apie Jeremiah; Nwali Nelson; Barnabas Daniel; Obadiah Waje; Safiya Mohammed; Morakinyo Hamzat; Ramatu Abdullahi; Ivwidiotu Lucky; Ogbonna Immaculata; Adio Olubunmi; Amah Bright; Olufemi Kayode and Dennis Fwah amongst others.

Meanwhile, chairman of the PSC, Dr. Solomon Arase, has charged the newly promoted officers to see their promotion as a call to greater commitment to the service of their fatherland.

He noted that benefits and burdens go together and warned that the police officers must respect the human rights of the citizens as any officer who goes against this will face serious consequences adding that officers who conduct themselves within the tenets of the law will continue to enjoy the support and protection of the commission

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