– The Handing Over Ceremony to the new IGP, Abubakar Adamu Mohammed took place on the 16th of January at the Police Force Headquarters, Abuja
– Abubakar during the ceremony applauded Pres. Buhari for giving him the opportunity as the 20th indigenous IGP
– He hinted that his appointment is a call to duty
The now-former IGP, Ibrahim Idris finally handed over to the new IGP Abubakar Adamu Mohammed in a handing over ceremony that took place yesterday at the Nigerian Police Force Headquarters, Abuja.
The New Inspector General of Police in his statement during the ceremony gave thanks to God and also the President, Muhammadu Buhari for considering worthy to be the 20th indigenous officer to attain the highest post in the Nigerian Police Force.
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IGP Abubakar Adamu Mohammed in his statement disclosed that his appointment is a call to duty.
He made it known that he would work on the internal security architecture of the country.
Below is an extract of the statement as released by the Nigerian Police Force
BRIEF REMARKS BY Ag. IGP ABUBAKAR ADAMU MOHAMMED,mni AT THE HANDING OVER CEREMONY HELD ON 16th JANUARY, 2019 AT THE FORCE HEADQUARTERS, ABUJA.
It is with total reverence of the Almighty Allah (SWT) and deep appreciation of President Muhammadu Buhari, the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria who considered me worthy of appointment that I humbly address you today as the 20th indigenous IGP. …
My appointment represents a call to duty and a charge to restore the dwindling primacy of the Nigeria Police Force within the internal security architecture of our beloved country.
The new IGP has already commenced work with his first step starting with appointing a new PRO for the Nigerian Police in the person of Frank Mba, which was made official yesterday.