President Muhammadu Buhari is reportedly seeking replacement for the acting IGP Solomon Arase.
Naij reports that Arase’s tenure will end in a week, when Arase will turn 60, the mandatory age for retirement from the service.
Today reports that highly placed sources said President Buhari is under pressure from about three different interests, who are pushing forward their choices. Though two of the forces are rooting for two assistant inspectors general of police preferred by them, which is said to be the most powerful, is proposing the candidacy of a serving commissioner of police from the North, who is holding a command position in a strategic state.
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