The presidency has shortlisted an Assistant Inspector General of Police from Nasarawa State as a conceivable substitution of the resigning Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Idris, who tickers 60 years on Jan. 15, paid “a bye-bye visit” to President Buhari on Monday at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
NAN reports that the result of the shut entryway meeting between President Buhari and the IGP was not uncovered as at the season of recording this report.
As indicated by reports, Idris is required to resign from administration on accomplishment of the compulsory 35 years in administration or 60 years old.
A source near the administration, who favored not to be named, affirmed to NAN that a substitution to the resigning IGP would be named on Tuesday, among the shortlisted hopefuls.
One of the people said to be on the waitlist is AIG Adamu Mohammed. In the event that he gets approval, it implies the DIGs might be required to resign.
“Indeed, the IGP Ibrahim Idris is resigning tomorrow and perhaps an acting Inspector-General possibly named soon.
“In any case, I will prompt that you hang tight for authority articulation with that impact,” the source kept up.
IGP Idris, who was selected by President Buhari on June 21, 2016, supplanted Solomon Arase, who resigned from the police drive on same day.
Idris enrolled into the Nigerian Police Force in 1984, subsequent to moving on from the Ahmadu Bello University Zaria with a Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture.