The Inspector General of Police carried out the re-deployment.
The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Abubakar, on Tuesday ordered the redeployment of 11 Commissioners of Police to different commands and formations across the country.
This is contained in a statement issued on Tuesday in Abuja and signed by Frank Mba, the Deputy Force Public Relations Officer.
The statement listed those redeployed as Agboola Oshodi-Glover to Kwara; Abubakar Mohammed to Enugu and Tonye Ebitibituwa to Bayelsa.
Others are Umaru Shehu, Nasarawa; Hurdi Mohammed, Katsina; Sylvester Umeh, Ports Authority Police, Eastern Port; while Kudu Nma is the new police commissioner (CP) in Gombe.
According to the statement, Usman Baba is now CP Cooperative; Saidu Madawaki, CP Border Patrol; Usman Yakabu, CP Welfare ’A’ Force Headquarters; and Abdulmaji Ali, CP EOD ‘B’ DEPT, FHQ.
It said the I-G’s order followed the recent elevation of some senior officers to the rank of commissioners of police and the retirement of those in state commands and police formations.
The statement said the newly redeployed CPs had been charged to show commitment in the fight against crime and criminality in their respective new beats.
“They are to ensure that they work cordially with the public and to serve as motivation to their subordinate officers in the discharge of their responsibilities,’’ it said.
The statement said the I-G directed the CPs to be mindful of the fundamental rights of the citizenry, and ensure that complaints were promptly attended to, to avoid the miscarriage of justice.
“He further directed all affected officers to ensure that handing and taking-over exercises were completed soonest,’’ it said, adding that the posting took immediate effect.