Buhari Gets New Chief Personal Security Officer After Aso Villa Shooting Incident

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President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the appointment of Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Aliyu Abubakar Musa, as his Chief Personal Security Officer (CPSO).

He replaces Commissioner of Police (CP) Abdulkarim Dauda, who was recently redeployed.

A statement issued by Senior Special Assistant to the President (Media & Publicity), Garba Shehu, in Abuja on Monday, said that DCP Musa, from Nigerian Police Force Zone 5, Benin City, as his last station, hails from Niger State.

Dauda, it was gathered is one of the security operatives redeployed from the Presidential Villa follwing the shooting incident that involved security aides attached to the President’s wife, Aisha.

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