Buhari ends wild speculations, extends IGP Adamu’s tenure

President Muhammadu Buhari has the of General of Police,IGP Muhammed Adamu, mni by three months.

Minister of Police Affairs Maigari Dingyadi,  disclosed this in a chat with State House Corps in Thursday.

According to Minister, “Mr President has decided that present IGP, Mohammed Adamu, will continue to serve as IG for the next three months, to allow for a robust and process of appointing a new IG.”

He added, “This is not unconnected to desire of Mr President to, not only have a smooth handover, but to also ensure that right officer is appointed into that position.

“Mr President is extending by three months to allow get into process of allowing a new one.

He debunked notion that there is a lacuna saying, “There’s no lacuna. Mr President can decide to extend for three months.

Asked Where did report of the IGP’s retirement came from? the Minister replied: “It was one of those stories that one control.”

This announcement has brought to an end the series of wild speculations about Adamu’s fate as well as unconfirmed reports of successor.