Anxiety in police as Adamu bows out, Buhari to name new IGP

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Police man arrests a Demonstrator and supporter of the convener of "#Revolution Now", Omoyele Sowore, reacts in a police van in Lagos, Nigeria on August 5, 2020. - Omoyele Sowore, The protesters are protesting concerning the bad governance in the Country, Everything in the country is not going on well calling on the government to do the needful in correcting the level of poverty in the country and reversing the level of penury in the country. (Photo by Olukayode Jaiyeola/NurPhoto via AP)

The president has on many occasions expressed trust and confidence in Ibrahim’s leadership of the force and has shunned demands for the sack of the security chiefs amid a deluge of security challenges.

Earlier, President Buhari extended the tenure of the comptroller-general of Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) and the commandant-general, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) Muhammadu Gana. But should Buhari decide not to extend Adamu’s tenure, many assistant inspector generals of police have been named to take over from where the current IGP ends his tenure.

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