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The Nasarawa State Police command has said that the new Commissioner of Police deployed to the State, CP Maiyaki Muhammed Baba has assumed duty and solicits support for cooperation of all Stakeholders in the State.
In a statement issued to journalists in Lafia, the Nasarawa State Capital, by THE Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) Rahman Nansel, the command said that “the new CP Maiyaki Muhammed Baba is an investigative giant, Operational tactician, and astute administrator.
The new Nasarawa State Commissioner of Police was born on October 24, 1963.
“The Commissioner, of Police, hails from Bida, Niger State, and was appointed into the Nigeria Police Force on March 3, 1990.
“He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in International Studies from the premier, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, and a postgraduate Diploma in Strategic Studies from the University of Calabar.,
“In their postgraduate career sojourn, he has served as a Divisional Police officer in Lagos, FCT, and Ogun State and; as an officer in charge of a monitoring unit, in zone 2 and 5, Lagos, and Edo State respectively.
“Upon his promotion to the rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police, he was posted as Assistant Commissioner of Police in charge of the State Criminal and Investigation Department, Gusau, Zamfara, and Assistant Commissioner of Police, Department of Operations in Anambra State where he served meritoriously.
“Similarly, CP Maiyaki Muhammed Baba was Deputy Commissioner of Police, Department of Operations in Borno and Katsina State, Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of the State Criminal Investigation Department Anambra and Kaduna State, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Finance and Administration, Zone 14, Katsina State and Deputy Commissioner of Police, Finance and Administration, Kebbi State until his promotion to the rank of Commissioner of Police and posted to Nasarawa State”, the command stated.
He further said that the new Commissioner of Police has undergone some courses of career advancement such as the Advance Detective course, in 1995, the Intermediate Command course, and the internal security/low-intensity conflict course in 2009.
“He is a recipient of many awards for low-intensities including Reading, playing volleyball and traveling.“
Maiyaki takes over from AIG Adesina Soyemi who has been promoted and transferred to Markudi, Benue State as the Assistant Inspector-General of Police in charge of Zone 4.
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