Adamu was listed on the police website as inspector general more than 24 hours after Bukhari fired him.

Adamu was listed on the police website as inspector general more than 24 hours after Bukhari fired him.

More than 24 hours after President Muhammadu Bukhari’s dismissal, Mohamed Adamu is still the Inspector General of Police on the Nigeria Police website, the results show.

As a reminder, President Bukhari on Tuesday dismissed Adama and subsequently approved the appointment of Alkali Usman Baba as the new deputy of PGI.

He was in Owerri, the capital of Imo State, when Police Minister Mohammed Dingyadi made a statement.

Adama visited the state following attacks on Imo State Police Headquarters and Owerri Correctional Prison.

He accused the people in the state police team of not sparing the indigenous people of Biafra, adding that the state has no hideouts for criminals.

On Tuesday, Dingyadi told reporters at the State Residence at the Presidential Villa about the replacement of President Adam by Inspector Usman Alkali Baba.

The president said Alkali should immediately replace Mohammed Adama.

On February 4, Bukhari extended Adam’s IPI mandate for three months.

Adam, who was appointed in 2019, turned 35 years of mandatory service on February 1 and was to be replaced by the president.

His mandate renewal drew widespread criticism and the ensuing trial.

A check on the police website at exactly 6 p.m. Wednesday revealed that Adamu was still the oldest police officer in the country, while Alcali was the deputy inspector general of police in charge of the country’s intelligence and criminal investigation department. Strength (FCIID).

Earlier in the day, Alkali resumed operations after being awarded by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.

Adam, who is retiring, handed him over to the force headquarters in Abuja.

A Yobe State Police Officer was born on March 1, 1963, and received his Master of Public Administration from Maiduguri University, Borno State in 1997 and his Bachelor of Arts from Bayero Usman University in Kano in 1985.

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