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CP dismisses officers caught in video demanding money from foreign biker

The Commissioner of Police, Oyo State Command, Adebola Hamzat, has ordered the immediate dismissal of two Special Constabulary working with the state command over extortion.
The two dismissed police constabularies, identified as Jimoh Lukman and Kareem Fatai, were paraded at the Oyo State Police Command, Eleyele, Ibadan.
The two dismissed officers were demanding money from a Dutch tourist who was seen in a viral video riding on a power bike from the Netherlands and headed to Abuja, the federal capital Territory.
The two officers, who were caught in a viral video demanding a bribe from the foreigner, were consequently stripped of the Nigerian Police uniform to further confirm their exit from constabulary service.
CP Adebola said their dismissal from police constabulary followed a recommendation of the orderly room investigation.
He reiterated the IGP’s zero tolerance for corrupt practices in the Nigerian police, warning that such conduct which he described as embarrassing, would not be condoned from any officer.
“The two dismissed constabularies would not be prosecuted in court since they were not originally trained officers of the Nigerian police,” the CP added.

Nigerian Army Promotes 47 Brigadier Generals, 75 Colonels

The Nigerian Army Council has promoted 47 Brigadier Generals to Major Generals.

A statement by the Director, Army Public Relations, Brig. Gen. Onyema Nwachukwu, said 75 Colonels have also been promoted to the rank of Brigadier General.

Reports had it that the council approved the promotions of the senior officers on Thursday, following the retirement of 113 generals on Wednesday.

Those promoted to the rank of Major General include Brig Gen WB Etuk, Commandant Nigerian Army College of Logistics and Management; Brig Gen JE Osifo, Commandant Nigerian Army School of Finance and Administration; Brigadier General WM Dangana, Commander Sector 3 Joint Task Force North East Operation HADIN KAI; Brig Gen TB Ugiagbe, Acting Chief of Military Intelligence; Brig Gen ASM Wase, Deputy Director General Land Forces Stimulation Centre Nigeria Operations; Brig Gen MA Abdullahi, Commandant Depot Nigerian Army; Brig Gen BI Alaya, Commander Command Engineering Depot; Brig Gen AO Oyelade, Director Personnel Planning Army Headquarters Department of personnel Management; Brig Gen OO Arogundade, Commandant Nigerian Army School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering; Brig Gen EI Okoro, Commander 13 Brigade; Brig Gen CR Nnebeife, Executive Director Nigerian Army Farms and Ranches Limited; and Brig Gen FU Mijinyawa, Director Plans Army Headquarters Department of Policy and Plans.

Others are Brig Gen MT Abdullahi, Commander 50 Space Command; Brig Gen M Adamu, Commander 32 Brigade; Brig Gen ND Shagaya, Commandant Nigerian Army School of Supply and Transport; Brig Gen ME Onoja, Office of the CDS and Brig Gen MO Erebulu, Acting Director Psychological Warfare Defence Headquarters.

Also elevated to the rank of Major Generals are Brig Gen BA Ilori, Commander of Army Headquarters Garrison Ordnance Services; Brig Gen MO Ihanuwaze, Director Budget Army Headquarters; Brig Gen O Nwachukwu, Director Army Public Relations; Brig Gen EE Ekpenyong of the Nigerian Army Resource Centre, Brig Gen SI Musa, Director Legal Service (Army); Brig Gen M Galadima, Commander Command Finance Office and Brig Gen AP Ahmadu, Commander 1 Division Ordnance Service.

Officers promoted from the rank of Colonel to Brigadier General are Col Nwakonobi, Chief of Staff, Headquarters 3 Brigade; Col MC Akin Ojo, Commander of 41 Engineer Brigade; Col BM Madaki, Deputy Director, Army Headquarters Operations Monitoring Team; Col MO Edide, Directing Staff Army War College Nigeria; Col KE Inyang, Commander 76 ST Brigade; Col OO Nafiu, Chief of Staff Office of the Chief of Army Staff; Col PA Zipele, Commander Signal Operations Command; Col OA Onasanya, Acting Command Guards Brigade; Col MI Amatso, Deputy Director Department of Civil Military Affairs; Col CM Akaliro, Deputy Director Army Headquarters Department of Army Transformation and Innovation; Col NE Okoloagu, Directing Staff Army War College Nigeria; Col AS Bugaje, Acting Director Special Forces Infantry Corps Centre; Col AM Kitchner, Commander 6 Division Finance and Account; Col SJ Dogo, Deputy Chief of Staff Operations Headquarters 82 Division and Col JN Garba, Commander 32 Brigade Garrison.

Others elevated to the rank of Brigadier General are Col PT Gbor, Commander 81 Military Intelligence Brigade; Col SO Okoigi, Acting Corps Commander Nigerian Army Medical Corps; Col AF Maimagani, Acting Director Chaplaincy (Roman Catholic); Col PO Alimekhena, Headquarters 81 Division; Col BI George, Acting Director Directorate of Dental Services Headquarters Nigerian Army Medical Corps; Col IB Gambari, Headquarters 63 Brigade and Col AY Emekoma, Participant Senior Executive Course 45 National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies.

The Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Taoreed Lagbaja, urged the officers to redouble their efforts to justify their elevation and the confidence reposed in them.

CBN investigator reveals who approved naira redesign policy

Godwin Emefiele, the former governor of the CBN, has been accused of embarking on the naira redesign policy without the expressive approval of former President Muhammadu Buhari

Jim Obazee, a private investigator of the CBN and other related entities appointed by President Bola Tinubu, made the revelation in his report According to the report, the policy was implemented by Emefiele and Sabiu Tunde ‘Yusuf’, an aide and nephew of the former president

Godwin Emefiele, the immediate past governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has been revealed to have embarked on the redesigning of the N200, N500 and N1000 notes without the expressive approval of former President Muhammadu Buhari.

The embattled former governor of the CBN was also accused of awarding the printing of the new currency for N61.5 billion to De La Rue, a United Kingdom company, which was a direct violation of the former president's directive that the new currency should be printed in Nigeria.

According to The Punch, Jim Obazee, a private investigator of the CBN and other related entities appointed by President Bola Tinubu, gathered that the approval came from Sabiu Tunde ‘Yusuf’, an aide to President Buhari.

Obazee revealed in his final report titled “Report of the Special Investigation on CBN and Related Entities (Chargeable Offences)” submitted to President Tinubu

The report disclosed that embattled Emefiele implemented the naira redesign policy in collaboration with Sabiu, a nephew of former President Buhari.

Nigerian govt commences payment of N-Power arrears, says Betta Edu

The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, Betta Edu says the Federal Government has commenced payment of salary arrears to N-Power beneficiaries.

Reports had it that the beneficiaries were being owed some months’ salaries by the immediate past administration.

Disclosing the commencement of the payment on Thursday while appearing on Channels TV’s Politics Today, the minister said the payment would continue until the last person is paid

“We were in the office yesterday up until the early hours of this morning, just to ensure that young people get monies which they have been owed from the last government.

“So, N-Power beneficiaries across the nation, I am sure you can attest to the fact that you have started seeing your money in your accounts, and this process will continue until the last person who indeed has served is being paid.

“And of course, all of this is being restructured to ensure that we reduce unemployment and create jobs for Nigerians,” Mrs Edu said.

She stressed that the processes are carried out transparently, adding that the ministry will deploy technology to ensure that the names of beneficiaries of all social intervention programmes are accessible on a dedicated portal.

She also explained that the restructured N-power programme was yet to be relaunched by the current administration.

 “The Renewed Hope N-Power has not been relaunched yet. We are still trying to deal with the baggage from the previous years,” the minister said.

“So, these are persons who were owed monies for a few months. Some were owed for three months, some were owed for 6 months, and some owed for eight months.

“We used to have a consultant who used to manage the payments of these monies to the N-Power beneficiaries.

“However, the monies were being held up with the consultants for months without paying the beneficiaries.

“So, what the government did was to recover the money back into the government’s TSA CBN account and now started scrutiny of the beneficiaries, which took us this while to do.”