I-G redeploys 7 AIGs,creates Marine Command
- Written by Abdullateef Abubakar Jos
The statement listed the AIGs as Jonathan Johnson, Christopher Dega, Mohammed
Abubakar, Tambari Mohammed, Sule Mamman, Adisa Bolanta and Mark Idakwo.
According to the statement, Jonathan Johnson is to head Zone 6 made up of Cross River,
Akwa Ibom and Rivers; Christopher Dega, Zone 8 made up of Kogi, Ekiti and Kwara and
Mohammed Abubakar, Zone 3, which consists of Adamawa, Gombe and Taraba.
Similarly, Tambari Mohammed is to head Zone 9 which is made up of Abia, Anambra,
Enugu and Imo and Sule Mamman, Zone 10, grouping Sokoto, Kebbi and Zamfara.
The statement said that Adisa Bolanta was deployed to the Police Academy in Wudil, Kano,
while Mark Idakwo heads the newly created Maritime Command.
``The affected AIGs are expected to assume duties in their new respective offices on or
before March 18, 2013,’’ it said.
The statement explained that the newly created Maritime Command, which is a fusion of
the Marine Police Command, the Police Ports Authority Command and the Inland
Waterways Formation, would enjoy the status of a zone.
``The Maritime Police Command is further broken into Western Maritime Command with
headquarters in Lagos, the Eastern Maritime Command with headquarters in Port Harcourt,
Rivers State and the Marine Command with headquarters also situated in Lagos.
``Each of these subsidiary Commands under the Maritime Police Command is headed by a
Commissioner of Police,’’ it said.
According to the statement, the Maritime Command is charged with the responsibility of
maintaining law and order and providing adequate security at the ports and harbours.
Do you know that?
On May 23, 1887 the 1st transcontinental train arrived in Vancouver, BC.
On a similar date in 1940 the 1st great dogfight between Spitfires took place
Also on May 23, 1996 In Bangladesh as many as 77 people were feared drowned in a sunken ferry after a collision on the Jamuna River. More than 50 ferries have sunk since 1981 killing more than 1,000 people.
On the same date in 1998 From India and Pakistan it was reported that temperatures had reached 120 degrees and claimed 34 lives. Most of the fatalities occurred in the southwestern Indian state of Maharashtra
However on May 23, 2000 In Nigeria Christians and Muslims clashed for a 2nd day in Kaduna and the death toll mounted to 100.
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