By Moses Omorogieva /Mateen Badru
Former Commissioner of Police in Lagos State, Fatai Owoseni, and 9 different senior cops, have ended their profession with the Nigerian police after 35 years.
The Information Company of Nigeria (NAN) studies that Owoseni was police commissioner in Lagos from July 1, 2015 to September 1, 2017.
NAN studies that the retiring officers had been pulled out on Saturday at a vibrant ceremony in Lagos amidst cheers by relations, colleagues and different dignitaries.
Deputy Inspector Basic of Police, Drive Felony Intelligence Investigation Division (FCIID), Peace Ibekwe Abdallah, who represented I-G Ibrahim Idris, recommended the retiring officers for his or her service to the nation.
“Congratulations to all of the retiring senior officers and to their households, we are saying an enormous thanks for the assist.
“As you bow out immediately, the I-G, your entire police and the nation say an enormous thanks. You’ve gotten served nicely and God will reward you abundantly,” she stated.
A retired Assistant Inspector-Basic of Police, Mr Tunji Alapini, who represented Police Service Fee (PSC) Chairman, Musiliu Smith, additionally suggested the retiring officers to be cautious of the surroundings they had been retiring to.
“You might be retiring into a brand new world, the world of the police is totally different from the world of retirement.
“Lots of people are ready for you considering you may have cash to take a position, you must be cautious and cautious.
“Please, be trustworthy to your loved ones,” he stated.
Talking on the ceremony, Oba Saheed Ademola Elegushi of Elegushi Ikate, recommended the retiring cops for his or her service to the nation.
“I understand how passionate you might be in regards to the nation. How you’re employed to maintain the nation secure.
“We Nigerians typically overlook the place we come from. Nigeria’s downside has been there for some time and it’ll take greater than 4 years to resolve.
“It’s only for our authorities to the correct factor,” he stated.
Additionally talking, the Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Rasheed Akanbi, recommended the retiring cops for his or her service to the nation.
“I perceive what the police stand for as they’ve made Nigeria safer, they are the best regulation enforcement brokers,” the monarch stated.
Among the many retiring officers had been AIG Abdul Bube, AIG Hilda Ibifuro-Harrison, CP Agyole Abeh, CP Joseph Agaji and CP Gbemisola Akinpelu.
Others had been CP Bello Ahmed, CP Abdullahi Ibrahim, CP Bello Yahaya, CP Adekinte Ademoju, CP Wakili Maye, CP Fave Semili and CP Ahmed Magaji.
NAN additional studies that 55 cops of the ranks of Assistant Inspector Basic of Police (AIG), Commissioner of Police (CP), Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) and Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) retired from the drive throughout the nation.