Buhari Appoints Adamu Mohammed As The New IGP To Replace The Departing Ibrahim Idris
According to various reports, President Muhammadu Buhari has appointed Adamu Mohammed, a former commissioner of police in Enugu state as the new acting inspector-general of police (IGP), to replace the departing Ibrahim Idris.
There had been rumours that the tenure of Idris was to be extended, a plot which the opposition PDP kicked against vehemently. Idris completed his mandatory 35 years in service on January 3rd.
Muhammed was the AIG in charge of Zone 5 Benin, and was also a deputy commissioner of police in Ekiti state and had served at the Interpol and also became an assistant inspector general of police.
It is also believed the appointment would be made public any moment from now.