Governor Bello congratulates first female police commissioner from northern state

Governor Bello congratulates first female police commissioner from northern state

- Governor Abubakar Sani Bello is happy with Rabi Umar for rising to the rank of commissioner of police

- Rabi, the newly decorated police commissioner hails from Niger state

- Bello urged the newly promoted officer to be committed and dedicated to her duties

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Rabi Umar, the first female police commissioner from Niger state has been congratulated by Governor Abubakar Sani Bello.

According to PR Nigeria, the Niger state governor made this known while receiving her during a courtesy visit at the Niger state government lodge, in Abuja.

Bello hailed Rabi for her resilience following her rise to the rank of Commissioner of Police (CP) in the Nigeria Police Force.

Northern governor congratulates first female police commissioner from Niger state

Rabi Umar, from Niger state has risen to the rank of commissioner of police. Photo credit: @PoliceNG
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The governor in a statement by Mary Noel-Berje, his chief press secretary, commended her saying she should see her position as a call for service to humanity.

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Buhari finally extends IGP’s tenure

Meanwhile, reported that President Muhammadu Buhari extended the tenure of the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Abubakar Adamu.

IGP Adamu was due for retirement on Monday, February 1, 2021.

The news was broken on Thursday, February 4, by the minister of police affairs, Maigari Dingyadi, while briefing State House correspondents at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

Adamu did not pay over N2bn for tenure extension - Police

In a related development, the police command denied the rumours that the IG of police paid the whopping sum of N2 billion for the extension of his tenure.

The NPF's public relations officer, CP Frank Mba, on Monday, February 8, in a statement sighted by debunked claims, saying that the extension of service of the IGP was strictly the prerogative of President Buhari.

Mba went on to describe the publication by the online news platform dated Sunday, February 7, 2021, as untrue, unfounded, defamatory, and libellous.

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