The Chairman of the Police Service Commission, Sir Mike Okiro, has called for sober reflection and gratitude to Allah for seeing the nation through a challenging period in our existence as a nation. Okiro made the call while felicitating with Muslims faithful on the occasion of this year’s Eid-El-Kabir.
On the occasion of the 54th independence anniversary of Nigeria, Sir Mike Okiro, Chairman of Police Service Commission heartily rejoices with the President, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (GCFR) and Nigerians on the attainment of this regal milestone.
He said, the preceding year has tasked our resolve to remain an indivisible entity to the limit, but our collective uncommon determination to weather the storm has seen us emerge more resolute to keep the ship of the State on course.
At the end of its 8th plenary meeting held on the 17th of September, 2014, the Police Service Commission approved the promotion of Deputy Commissioner of Police, Adeyemi Samuel Ogunjemilusi to the substantive rank of Commissioner of Police (CP) with effect from the 25th of August, 2014.
The Chairman of the Police Service Commission, Sir Mike Okiro has called for capacity building for the police and staff of the Commission to enable them carry out their duties effectively. Okiro made the call at a meeting with the Country Director/Assessment Mission of GIZ Nigeria on 17th September, 2014 at the Commission’s office in Abuja.
The Honourable Chairman of the Police Service Commission, Sir (Dr) Mike M. Okiro has commiserated with the management and staff of the Sun Newspaper as well as the family and friends of late Pastor Dimgba Igwe over his death. Until his death on Saturday, 6th September, 2014, Igwe was the Vice Chairman of the Sun Publishing Limited.
Sir Okiro described his death as painful and a great loss to the journalism industry, especially now that professional reportage is needed more than ever to foster unity in the nation.
A member of the Recruitment Board of the Police Academy, Wudil, DIG Yakubu Mohammad (Rtd) has promised an improvement in the exercise that ushered in the First Regular Course of the Academy’s degree programme. Mohammad, a Commissioner representing the Police on the Board of the Police Service Commission made the promise during a meeting of the Recruitment Board of the Academy, on 1st September 2014.
The Police Service Commission has approved the promotion of Thirty (30) Deputy Commissioners of Police to the rank of Commissioners of Police after their success in the recently concluded interview exercise organized by the Commission. The officers are: Pius U. Imue, Valentine U. Ntochukwu, Felix Goodluck Ogundeji, Frederick Taiwo Lakanu, Hilda Ibifuro-Harrison, Micheal Ogbodu, Nwodibo Ekechukwu, Etop John James, Ademola Omole, Olushola Emmanuel Amore, Joshak Habila, Adegbuyi Samuel Damilola, Rasheed O.
The Police Service Commission, in continuation of its resolve at repositioning the Nigeria Police Force for optimal productivity has approved the deployment of AIG Bala A. Hassan from from Zone 10, Sokoto to the Force Headquarters as the Force Secretary. He is to take over from Dan’Azumi J. Doma who was recently elevated to the rank of Deputy Inspector – General of Police. The deployment is with effect from 19th August, 2014.
The Police Service Commission has approved the promotion of Nineteen (19) Commissioners of Police to the rank of Assistant Inspectors - General of Police. The officers are: Ambrose O. Aisibor, Adebayo Ajileye, Umaru Abubakar Manko, Joel Kayode Theophilus, Wilfred Eje Obute, Felix Osita Uyanna, A. J. Abakasanga, Jubril Olawale Adeniji, Ibrahim M. Maishanu, Godfrey E. Okeke, Chintua Amajor-Onu, Lawal Tanko, Usman Akila Gwarry, Kalafite Helen Adeyemi, Yahaya Garba Ardo, Irimiya F. Yerima, Olufemi A. Adenaike, Mbu Joseph Mbu and Patrick Dey Dokumor.
The Chairman of the Police Service Commission, Sir (Dr) Mike Mbama Okiro has congratulated the new Inspector-General of Police, Mr. Suleiman Abba on his appointment. Until his appointment, Abba was the Assistant Inspector-General of Police in Charge of Zone 7, Abuja.