President Buhari has confirmed Mohammed Adamu as the substantive Inspector General of Police, IGP. His confirmation was announced Thursday at the police council meeting presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari. President Muhammadu Buhari had on January 15 appointed Adamu as acting IGP following the statutory retirement of Ibrahim Idris, the former IGP. Until his appointment by the president, Adamu was an Assistant Inspector-General of Police, serving at the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies, Kuru, Jos, Plateau.
After nine months of alpha testing, a stable release of the Tor browser for Android can now be downloaded from Google’s Play store or […]
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PRESIDENT BUHARI REFUSEd TO DISSOLVE CABINET AFTER VALEDICTORY SESSION SAYS MINISTERS TO WORK TILL TUESDAY 28TH, MAY AND HANDOVER TO PERMANENT SECRETARIES. […]
Popular message service Whatsapp went down around the globe early this morning with thousands of users reporting having issues with the app. […]
It was gathered that the bus, which was heading towards Iyana-Oworo, caught fire just after Adeniji Adele axis of the bridge. According to the […]