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CP Edward Chuka Egbuka

Egbuka Resumes duty as 36th commissioner of Police in Kogi state
From: CEOAFRICA NEWS: Reported by Timileyin Oni
Thu, 6 Jan 2022   ||   Nigeria,

Kogi State Police Command has a new commissioner of police, CP Edward Chuka Egbuka. He assumed duty as the 36th Commissioner of Police for the Kogi State Police Command.

This follows the redeployment of CP Idrisu Dauda Dabban to the Force Headquarters as the Commissioner of Police Communications.

A statement CZ:5300/KGS/PPRO/Vol.T/128 issued by the Kogi Command’s Public Relations Officer, DSP William Aya, stated that CP Egbuka was enlisted into the Police Force on 15th March, 1988 as a Cadet Assistant Superintendent of Police having trained at the Police Academy Annex, Kaduna State.

The new commissioner holds a B. Sc. (Hons) in History and International Relations from the University of Calabar and a Law Degree from the River State University of Science and Technology.

“He is a seasoned international Police Officer who has transversed the length and breadth of law enforcement and Policing with International peacekeeping experience.

“He is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. He attended several Tactical and Leadership courses within and outside Nigeria. From 1994-1995, he was at the United Nations as a Civil Police Observer in Rwanda, East Africa,” the statement read in part.

“CP Egbuka served in various capacities within the Force to include the immediate past Commissioner of Police in charge of Plateau State Police Command.


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