EFCC Magu, 17 others get police promotion

Rodiano Bonacci
Aprile 21, 2018

Their promotion is part of the special promotion exercise conducted by the Commission.

Ibrahim Magu, who was among the 18, was promoted to the next rank of Commissioner of Police (CP) from Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP).

According to Ani, the PSC, at its 27th Plenary Meeting in Abuja, yesterday, presided over by is Chairman, Mr. Mike Mbama Okiro, a retired Inspector General of the Police, approved the promotion of 18 senior officers, including Oshodi-Glover, in charge of Zone 11, Osogbo, (DIG); Ghazzali Mohammed, Commissioner of Police, Administration, DLS, Force Headquarters and Peace Ibekwe Abdallah, former Commissioner of Police, Ebonyi State Command and now, CP, Force Intelligence Bureau, Force Headquarters Mohammed, Peace Ibekwe Abdallah (AIGs), Magu, Ebere C. Onyeagoro, Administration, Kaduna State Command and Moshood O. Gbolarumi, DCP Maritime, Lagos (CPs).

Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Ibrahim Magu has said his promotion by the Police Service Commission would spur him on in his anti-corruption drive.

He said that the officers were of the Intelligence Response Team, (IRT), Special Tactical Squad (STS) and Technical Intelligence Unit.

A statement in Abuja Thursday by the Spokesman of the Commission, Ikechukwu Ani stated the promotion and acting appointments were based on the superlative performance of the officers in the arrest of the deadly gang who terrorized Nigerians.

This is in line with the Commission's policy for officers transiting to the rank of Commissioner.

According to the statement, the PSC approved promoted AIG Agbola Oshodi-Glover who is in charge of Zone 11, Osogbo, to the next rank of a Deputy Inspector General of Police.

The spokesperson said other promotions approved by the commission include: one Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) to DCP; nine Chief Superintendents of Police (CSP) to ACP; one DSP to Superintendent of Police (SP); one Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) to Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) and one Inspector to ASP. "One Assistant Superintendent was appointed acting Deputy Superintendent while twelve Inspectors were also appointed acting Assistant Superintendents".

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