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A change of baton has been effected in the Delta State Police Command as Mr Anthony Ogbizi Michael takes over the command from Mr. Muhammad Mustafa, now redeployed to Ebonyi State.
A statement signed by the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Andrew Aniamaka which made this known said the new Commissioner of Police is an alumnus of the University of Calabar where he obtained Bsc degree in Political Science and hails from Obudu Local Government Area of Cross River State.
The CP, who enlisted into the Force in 1986 as Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP), has held various posts which include ACP DOPs Delta State, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Special Investigation Unit FCIID Abuja, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Counter-Terrorism and General Investigation EFCC. He was Deputy Commissioner of Police Administration Force Headquarters Abuja, Commissioner of Police former Special Fraud Unit, Abuja, CP Community Policing Force Headquarters Abuja, CP Special Squad Unit Abuja, CP Railway Command, CP Abia State Command and briefly CP Ebonyi State Police Command. He is married with children.
Aniamaka stated: “While taking over from the outgoing CP, the incoming CP promised to build on existing security mechanisms on the ground towards enthroning the reign of peace and security in Delta State. He advised members of the public to always co-operate with the Police and other security agencies at all times.
“In the handing over remarks, the outgoing Commissioner of Police, CP Mustafa A. Muhammad, thanked the State Government and the people of the state for their co-operation with him and urged them to extend the same cooperation to his successor.”