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Jonathan Sacks Inspector General of Police

Jonathan Sacks Inspector General of Police

Suleiman Abba, Inspector General of Police, IGP has been sacked. He has been replaced with Solomon Arase, a Deputy Inspector General of police who was until his recent appointment the Head of the Force Criminal Intelligence and Investigation Department. Announcing Abba’s removal from service on Tuesday, Reuben Abati, spokesperson to President Goodluck Jonathan, refused to

Electoral Offenders Will Be Punished – IG

Suleiman Abba, the Inspector-General of Police, on Monday cautioned politicians to advise their supporters not to engage in violence ahead of the forthcoming elections, stating that they would not go unpunished. Abba made this disclosure at a meeting with senior police officers at the Force Headquarters in Abuja on Monday. While stressing that the police

IG Orders Trial of Suspected Political Thugs

Suleiman Abba, Inspector General of Police, has ordered that suspected thugs arrested during political campaigns across the country be prosecuted immediately. In a press release signed by Emmanuel Ojukwu, spokesperson of the Nigerian Police Force, Abba maintained that there would be no sacred cows, as everyone found guilty of the offence will be duly punished.

Eid-Maulud: IGP Asks Muslims To Emulate Prophet Mohammed

As Muslims in Nigeria join their counterparts across the globe to celebrate Eid Maulud, the birth of Prophet Muhammed on January 2, Suleiman Abba, Inspector-General of Police, IGP has extended his greetings to the Muslim faithfuls. In his message to the Muslims, Abba admonished them to be kind and accommodating to their neighbours. Reiterating his

Jonathan Appoints Suleiman Abba As New IGP

President Goodluck Jonathan on Thursday named the Assistant Inspector General of Police, Zone 7, Suleiman Abba as the new Inspector General of Police (IGP). Abba replaces incumbent IGP, Mohammed Abubakar who retired from service on Thursday after attaining the mandatory 35 years in service. A statement issued by the Presidency on Thursday read that, “The

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