On Tuesday CP Danjuma Aboki officially assumed duty as the new Commissioner of Police in Imo State, having taken over duty from CP Mohammed Ahmed Barde.
The Imo Police spokesperson, Henry Okoye, revealed this in a statement while he also confirmed the deployment of Barde to the Force Headquarters in Abuja.
Okoye stated that Danjuma who is the 41st Commissioner of Police in Imo hails from the Wukari Local Government Area (LGA) in Taraba State.
“He enlisted into the Nigeria Police Force as a Cadet Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) in 1992 and holds a Bachelor Degree in Library Science from the prestigious Amadu Bello University, Zaria,” he added.
“He is a seasoned Police officer, strategist and crime fighter who has served the Force meritoriously in various capacities including Divisional Police Officer and Area Commander in different Police Commands.”
Danjuma served as the Deputy Commandant, Police College Ikeja (PCI) and Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of Finance.
He also served as the Admin Ondo State Police Command and the Deputy Commissioner of Police in Charge of the State Criminal Investigation Department (DCSCID), Niger State Police Command.
CP Danjuma has attended several professional courses, both local and international, some of which include the Combat Operations Course, (COC).
Others are the Intermediate Command Course (ICC), Tactical Leadership Command Course (TLCC) and Senior Leadership and Command Course (SLCC), respectively.
His unwavering dedication to duty, professionalism and selfless service has earned him many accolades. He is happily married and blessed with children.
“While soliciting for the maximum support and cooperation of the good people of Imo, Danjuma assures them of a citizen-friendly, problem-solving, rule of law compliant and intelligence-based proactive policing in the State,” Okoye said.