The police authority has approved the compulsory retirement of the 'notorious' Police Assistant Inspector General, Mbu Joseph Mbu and 20 other AIGs.

Mbu's notoriety was shown during former President Goodluck Jonathan's regime when he said he could kill anybody indiscriminately in Rivers State and Abuja during the build up to 2015 elections.

He was more famed when he barred the then Governor Rotimi Amechi from entering Government, House Port Harcourt during Jonathan's regime when he was Police Commissioner of Rivers with the hope of becoming an IG if Jonathan had won election.

The Police Service Commission compulsorily retired them Over their higher rank than the newly appointed Acting Inspector General of Police, Idris Ibrahim

The affected AIGs include,;

  1. Bala Hassan; 
  2. Yahaya Ardo; 
  3. Irmiya Yarima; 
  4. Danladi Mshebwala;  
  5. Tambari  Mohammed ; 
  6. Bala Magaji Nasarawa; 
  7. MUsa Abdulsalam; 
  8. Adisa Bolanta 
  9. Mohammed Gana.
  10. Umaru  Manko;  
  11. Lawal Tanko; 
  12. Olufemi  Adenike; 
  13. Johnson Ogunsakin; 
  14. Adenrele Shinaba; 
  15. James Caulcrick;  
  16. Olufemi   Ogunbayode; 
  17. Edgar Nanakumo; 
  18. Kalafite  Adeyemi;  
  19. Patrick Dokumor ; 
  20. Joseph Mbu and 
  21. Sabo  Ringim.

A statement on Friday in Abuja by the Head, Press and Public Relations, PSC, Ikechukwu Ani, said the Chairman of the Commission,  Mike Okiro “congratulated

the affected officers for their meritorious service to the nation and wished them well in their new endeavours.”

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