President Muhammadu Mohammed has appointed Assistant Inspector General of Police, Zanna Mohammed Ibrahim, as acting Inspector General of Police.
The top cop, a Borno State Indigene, had served as commissioner of police in Delta and Zamfara State before his elevation to the rank of assistant inspector general of police.
Mr Ibrahim was born on November, 26, 1962.
He obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Master’s degree in International Relations and Strategic Studies both from the University of Jos, Plateau State, he added.
“He was enlisted into the Nigeria Police Force, on 15th March, 1988.
“On successful completion of training at the Nigeria Police Academy Annex, Kaduna, he was posted to Borno State Police Command, where he had a one year compulsory attachment at Biu Divisional Police Headquarters, and later served in various Commands and formations across the country which includes,” the statement said.
As a proficient and astute investigator, AIG Zanna Mohammed Ibrahim mni, was appointed a member of the presdential Investigation team on “crude oil theft” in Nigeria set up by the former president Goodluck E. Jonathan.