- The PSC is allegedly planning the promotion of police officer, DCP Danjuma Ibrahim
- Ibrahim was believed to have ordered the 2005 shooting of five Igbo traders and a young woman in the Apo area of Abuja
- A report allegedly showed Ibrahim as one of 14 deputy commissioner of police officers , who attended a promotion interview session on Wednesday, December 6
The authorities of the Nigeria police force are allegedly planning the promoting Danjuma Mohammed Ibrahim, the deputy commissioner of police believed to have ordered the 2005 shooting of five Igbo traders and a young woman in the Apo area of Abuja, Sahara Reporters reports.
NAIJ.com gathered that a police wireless message issued on December 5, 2017, and exclusively obtained by Sahara Reporters showed that Ibrahim was one of 14 deputy commissioner of police officers , who attended a promotion interview session on Wednesday, December 6.
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The wireless message directed the officers to report to the conference room of the chairman of the police service commission, Mike Okiro on the eighth floor of the Federal Secretariat, Abuja.
Officers interviewed, according to the wireless message, included Mobolaji Olaniyi Fafowora, Omololu Shamsideen Bishi, Isaac Olutayo Akimoyede, Aminu Pai Saleh, Makama Hamisu Usman and Okon Etim Ene. Others were Abang B. John, Aminu Koji Kwabe, Felix Gochuk Gani, Ibrahim Sabo Umar, Joseph Gbobum Mukan, Wakili Mohammed and Awunah N. Donald.
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Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had previously reported that a Nigerian man police officer, Remi Adeoye, has commended the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris over his new appointment as the police coordinator for African Union commission.
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