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The former boss of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibraham Lamorde who was promoted recently to the rank of Deputy Inspector General of Police has taken over the Force Intelligence Bureau.
The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has ordered the immediate posting of the five newly promoted Deputy Inspectors-General of Police to oversee the departments of the Force, following the retirement of their former heads.
According to the directive by the police, DIG Usman Baba will now head the Force Criminal Investigations Department while DIG Ibrahim Lamorde would be in charge of the Force Intelligence Bureau.
Furthermore, DIG David Folawiyo will oversee the Department of Information and Communication Technology, DIG Joseph Egbunike heads the Department of Finance and Administration, while DIG Dan-Mallam Mohammed will manage the Department of Training and Development.
According to a statement released on Friday by the force spokesman, CP Frank Mba, AIG Moses Jitoboh, was redeployed from the Border Patrol section to acting DIG in-charge, the Department of Research and Planning.
The statement which signaled that the redeployments are with immediate effect reads: ‘The IGP while congratulating the officers, who by this promotion and posting, are now members of the Force Management Team, charges them to bring their vast experience and professionalism to bear in their leadership of the departments to enhance the ongoing reforms and repositioning of the Force.’
AFRICA TODAY NEWS, NEW YORK