Today's Headlines: Irabor Gives Update On Chibok Girls, OPC Urge South East Governors To Support ESN
IGP Adamu, Lamorde, others set to retire from police today The Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, and many other top officials of the Nigerian Police Force are billed to retire on Monday, after spending the maximum number of years in service. The IGP, who joined the service on February 1, 1986, will attain the mandatory 35 years in service. Adamu took over from Ibrahim Idris who retired in January 2019. Aside the IGP, three Deputy Inspectors-General (DIGs) and 10 Assistant Inspectors-General (AIGs)
When we talk about miracle, some people do not believe because they probably have not felt the impact of miracle before. However, I want you to know that miracles exist and at some point someone around you in your society has had a miraculous experience before. Photo credit: Linda Ikeji blog.
The following is a summary of all the Inspectors General of Police in Nigeria This list dates back to 1930 when the force was established, from the Northern Police Force and the Southern police Force. The current Inspector-General of Police is Mr. Mohammed Adamu, who took over from Ibrahim Idris in 2019. 1. C.W Duncan, Inspector-General 1930 – 1935. 2. S.H Tranthan, Ag. Inspector-General 1935 – 1936. 3. A. Sanders, Inspector-General 1936 – 1937. 4. A.S Mavrogordato, Commissioner 1938 – 1942. 5. W.C King,
Nigeria has lost yet another prominent personality as the Chief of Staff to the Minister of Aviation, Ibrahim Idris, is dead. The Federal Ministry of Aviation confirmed that Idris passed away on Sunday night. The ministry confirmed the death of Ibrahim Idris as they released an official statement on their Twitter page. “With total submission to the will of Allah, we announce the death of Dr. Ibrahim Idris Chief of Staff to the Minister Hadi Sirika last night," the ministry stated. “A hardworking, godly and
Yesterday, Anyigba community recorded another historical event as H/E, the former Executive Governor of Kogi State, Chief Ibrahim Idris, donated a magnificent mosque, worth half of a billion, to moslem community, in Anyigba.The commissioning of the mosque, which ignited an August visitation of the overall Islamic religious leader of Nigeria, the Sultan of Sokoto, Alh.
The Sokoto State Sultanate Council, under the leadership of His Eminence, Alhaji Muhammad Sa'ad Abubakar lll, CFR, mni, has fixed 4th April, 2021 as the day the council will confer many popular Nigerians with different traditional titles.
Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom says if the Federal Government had kept its promise to recruit 10,000 Police Officers yearly, 40,000 officers would have been recruited by now. Governor Ortom who stated this today at the Benue Peoples House Makurdi while addressing personnel of the disbanded Vigilante Group said such a number would have contributed significantly in the security architecture of the country.
There are many Nigerians who find love seven in their old and still get married to a new wife.Many of such people got married solely because they want to have partners that will keep them company.
Barely 17days to the PDP National Convention, The North Central Geo-political Zone has adopted a Third Republic Senate President, Dr. Iyorchia Ayu as it's Sole Candidate for the PDP National Chairmanship Position. Photo Credit: Facebook According to the Vanguard, Party Bigwigs in the Zone agreed on the Choice of Ayu at a Meeting which had in attendance PDP Topshots including Senator Bukola Saraki, Ex-Governors of Niger, Kogi and Kwara States; Babangida Aliyu, Ibrahim Idris and Abdulfatah Ahmed.
Opinion:Buhari extending the tenure of retired Adamu shows he has not learned anything about EndSARS
The action of President Buhari by extending the tenure of retired Inspector General of Police Adamu shows Buhari has not learned anything about # EndSARS protest and the demands of Nigerian Youths. Adamu took over from Ibrahim Idris who retired in the year 2019. One of the demands of EndSARS protesters is total reform of Nigerian Police Force but what Buhari did yesterday shown he has no regard for these demands. It's a pity that we have a President who doesn't care or bother to listen to us. Wishes of the people
There are prominent politicians that have made a successful mark in their respective careers and had a lot of success stories to tell before entering the political scene, but for the intent of this write up I will be pin pointing on the longest serving Elected Governor in Nigeria since 1999 till date. IBRAHIM IDRIS History has been made in this country especially in Kogi State, Here comes another one, Ibrahim Idris, a business man, born 1949 was elected Governor of Kogi State in Nigeria in April 2l03 and re-elected
Today's Headlines: Aviation minister’s Chief of Staff, Ibrahim Idris is dead, Buhari Sends Strict Warning To Nigerians
Another Prominent Personality Dies. The Chief of Staff to the Minister of Aviation, Ibrahim Idris, is dead. The Federal Ministry of Aviation confirmed that Idris passed away on Sunday night. The ministry on its official Twitter page wrote, “With total submission to the will of Allah, we announce the death of Dr. Ibrahim Idris Chief of Staff to the Minister Hadi Sirika last night. The deceased is expected to be buried later today in accordance with Islamic rites. Herdsmen crisis: Bauchi gov’s AK-47 comment
This article focuses on the most educated and hardworking service chief in Nigeria. It is an opinion by the writer. 1. NIGERIA POLICE FORCE Muhammed Abubakar Adamu is currently the 20th Inspector General of Police. He was born on 17th September 1961. On the 15th January 2019 he was appointed the Inspector General of Police by President Muhammadu Buhari. Adamu succeeded Ibrahim Idris who had attain the retirement age from service. Muhammed Adamu hails from Lafia in Nasarawa State. Before his appointment as the
As Nigeria's top police officer Mohammed Adamu, is supposed to retire this February after he might have completed the maximum 35 years of service, the big question of who will replace him, has been in the mouths of the country's people. The Inspector General of Police joined the service 35 years ago in 1986, although it was just 2019, over one year ago he rose to the top rank of police. Adamu, hails from Nasarawa state, northern Nigeria, he took over the IGP position from Ibrahim Idris from Niger State, north-central
Nigeria's former Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris appears to be in trouble over N250 million unapproved contracts as well as unremitted revenue at the Nigeria Police Academy, Wudil, Kano State, in 2018 that had been linked to him while he was in charge of the Nigeria Police Force.
Sunday Adeyemo who is popularly known as Sunday Igboho, leader of Ilana Omo Oodua, Emeritus Professor Banji Akintoye, and other 49 Yoruba self-determination groups, on Wednesday, dragged President Muhammadu Buhari, the Minister of Justice and Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, SAN, former Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai and former Inspectors General of Police, Ibrahim Idris and Muhammed Adamu before the International Criminal Court (ICC), over alleged genocide and crimes against humanity against the Yoruba People of Ekiti, Oyo, Osun, Ondo, Ogun, Okun Land in Kogi, and the Kwara States respectively.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has formally acknowledged that it received a 27-page petition filed against President Muhammadu Buhari, the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami (SAN), former Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai and former Inspectors General of Police, Ibrahim Idris and Muhammed Adamu.
Geoffrey Jimin Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State claims that 40,000 police officers would have been recruited by now if the federal government had followed its pledge to recruit 10,000 officers annually. Governor Ortom made the remarks today at the Benue Peoples House in Makurdi, while speaking to members of the Vigilante, which has been disbanded.
Death is a inseparable part of life. If we are to live life honestly and without fear, we have to also accept that death is ultimately inevitable. Maybe, if humans have the ability to detect or tell when this death will come knocking, just maybe, some people wouldn't have died. We all live to die, and die to live. What a mystery life is! We fall into the deepest sleep only to awake to another; were we don't have to sleep again. So how can we possibly awake to this life if we don't sleep? However, a life well
Buhari extends Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu tenure by three months. The Minister of Police Affairs, Mohammad Dingyadi told newsmen that Nigeria President, Muhammadu Buhari has extended the tenure of Mohammed Adamu as the Inspector General of Police for three months. The minister said this on Thursday in the Presidential Villa, Abuja. He said that the extension is necessary to give room for the proper selection of who will take over from him. This is coming as the inspector General of Police, Mohammed