AIG Zanna Mohammed Ibrahim has been reportedly appointed as Acting Inspector General of Police.
The appointment of the top police officer who until recently was the Commandant of the Police Academy, Kano State, Nigeria topped news gallery following the retirement of Adamu Mohammed Abubakar the outgoing Inspector General of Police.
Zanna Ibrahim, an indigene of Borno State, 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.
Enlisted into the Nigeria Police Force, on 15th March, 1988, upon successfully completing his training at the Nigeria Police Academy Annex, Kaduna, AIG Zanna Mohammed Ibrahim 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.
Described as a proficient and astute investigator, CP Zanna Mohammed Ibrahim, was appointed a member of the presidential Investigation team on “crude oil theft” in Nigeria set up by the former president Goodluck E. Jonathan.
He was appointed Zamfara State Commissioner of Police on 2019.
At the time of filing this report, a formal statement is yet to be released by the presidency, but sources inside the agency confirmed that AIG Zann Mohammed is the replacement for Adamu Mohammed Abubakar.