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President Muhammadu Buhari has decorated his Chief Personal Security Officer, CPSO, Aliyu Abubakar Musa with a new rank of Police Commissioner.

The President decorated him on Thursday at Aso-Villa in the presence of the IGP Usman Alkali Baba and his family members.

During the decoration, President Buhari commended his CPSO and other Security officers and personnel on the excellent work put in towards ensuring his safety and that of his family.

During the short event in the State House, President Buhari said he was very impressed by the officer’s “loyalty and for my personal security. Serving me is very difficult.”

The President charged the newly promoted officer to always remember his training and to exhibit sensitivity while carrying out his duty in his new position.

In a short remark, the newly promoted officer thanked the President and the IGP for the promotion and assured the President of his total loyalty and full commitment to duty.

President Buhari approved Aliyu Musa’s appointment as his Chief Personal Security Officer, CPSO in June 2020.

Before his posting to the State house, as CPSO to the President, the Niger State police chief  served at Nigerian Police Force Zone 5, Benin City.


By oyonews

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