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PSC RETIRES ADELEKE, THREE OTHER SENIOR DIG’S

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The Police Service Commission, PSC has announced the compulsory retirement of four Deputy Inspectors General, DIGs who were senior to the acting Inspector General of Police, IGP Kayode Egbetokun before his elevation by President Bola Tinubu.

The affected officers included Dan-Mallam Mohammed, Moses Jitiboh, Hafiz Inuwa and Adeleke Bode.

A statement issued on Monday, August 28, by the spokesman for the commission, Ikechukwu Ani, said the senior officers were expected to put in their resignation from service, following the appointment of their junior as IGP, in line with the revered tradition of discipline and regimented culture of the police.

The statement noted that the PSC exercised its statutory powers pursuant to the Third Schedule, Part 1 M, paragraphs A and B, of the 1999 Constitution, as well as Section 6 of the PSC Establishment Act, 2001, in arriving at the decision.

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