Controversial Rivers Police Commissioner Joseph Mbu redeployed

The Police Service Commission has announced the removal of the Commissioner of Police in Rivers State, Joseph Mbu. The controversial police officer has been posted to the Federal Capital Territory.

He will be replaced by Johnson Ogunsakin, the commissioner in charge of the Special Fraud Investigations Unit in Lagos.

The PSC also announced the redeployment of several other commissioners, all of them to take effect immediately. See the press release after the cut…


POLICE SERVICE COMMISSION
PRESS RELEASE
REDEPLOYMENT OF COMMISSIONERS OF POLICE
The Police Service Commission has approved the recommendations of the Inspector General of Police for the redeployment of thirteen (13) Commissioners of Police to various Commands nationwide:

s/n Rank Name Present Posting Posted To
1. CP AMBROSE AISABO, mni PAP LAS CP KWS
2. CP FELIX O. UYANYA, mni COMDT PCO CP EKS
3. CP JOHNSON OGUNSAKI CP SFU CP RVS
4. CP ABDULMAJID ALI CP EOD CP IMS
5. CP BENJAMIN U. ONWUKA D/COMDT STAFFPOL JOS CP KBS
6. CP IBRAHIM MAISHANU FHQ CP OSS
7. CP ADAMU IBRAHIM DFS CP ABS
8. CP ADERENLE SHINABA FHQ CP KNS
9. CP MBU JOSEPH MBU CP RVS CP FCT
10. CP UMARU U. SHEHU CP NAS CP KDS
11. CP A.J. ABAKASANGA, mni CP INFO-TECH CP ADS
12. CP KALAFITE H. ADEYEMI FHQ ABJ CP TRS
13. CP IBRAHIM IDRIS FHQ ABJ CP NAS

The Chairman of the Commission, Sir Mike Mbama Okiro, equally admonished the newly redeployed officers to put in their best in their various Commands’ operations, so as to provide a secure environment for business and life to thrive.

Ferdinand U. Ekpe
AD(Press)
For: Hon. Chairman
6th February, 2014

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