Who is the IG of Nigeria?

The Inspector General of Police, abbreviated as IGP is the head of the Nigeria Police Force. He is the most senior officer in the police service. The pioneer IGP is Louis Edet and the current IGP is Usman Alkali Baba.

What is the salary of IG of Police in Nigeria?

The NPF was under the general operational and administrative control of an Inspector General (IGP) appointed by the president and responsible for the maintenance of law and order.

Departments.

Departments Monthly Salary ₦43,293.83
Responsibilities Annual Salary ₦519,525.60
Department of Operations
Operations

What is the role of IG in police?

IG stands for Inspector General of Police. He or she is a senior police officer in the Indian police. … IG is responsible for the entire administrative management of the police force and has the command over the national police service and may perform functions as per the national legislation.

How many ministers do we have in Nigeria?

On 11 November, a cabinet of 36 ministers from each of the 36 states of Nigeria was sworn in.

What is Nigerian Army salary?

Nigerian Army Salary Structure for Commissioned Officers

Ranks Salary
Lieutenant N180,000
Captain N220,000
Major N300,000
Lt. Colonel N350,000
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How much is the salary of Nigeria Customs?

Customs Salary Scale

On average, a customs officer earns N75,000 as a monthly salary and about N900,000 per annum. Usually, pay depends on the level in service and education.

What does 3 star mean in police?

After completion of their trainings, officers still hold the rank of assistant superintendent and wear three silver stars as insignia for a year and then they get promoted to the rank of Superintendent of Police and are sent to the cadre which is allotted to them after training in the academy.

What are the powers of IG?

The IG is charged with the overall administrative management of the police force, exercises independent command over the National Police Service and performs any other functions prescribed by national legislation.

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