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FCT Minister’s Security Orderly Promoted Deputy Superintendent Of Police

FCT Police boss WilsonAhmed Rasheed, the Chief Security Officer to the minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Malam Muhammad Musa Bello, has been promoted to the rank of Deputy Superintendent of Police.

The FCT Police Commissioner, Wilson Inalegwu described Ahmed Rasheed as a very hard working officer, courageous, diligent in his assignment and has demonstrated love for the Nigeria Police Force.
Inalegwu said that he was not surprised that Rasheed was considered suitable for promotion to the rank of Deputy Superintendent of Police.

This was even as the minister asked the newly promoted officer to maintain high degree of discipline and loyalty to the nation.
While decorating Rasheed with his new rank, Muhammad Bello said that promotion to higher rank calls for greater dedication and loyalty to ones organization and the nation at large.
The minister said that the huge number of police men promoted in the FCT Police Command is an indication of the FCT Police Commissioner’s sterling leadership qualities.
“Usually, when people get promoted, the attributes for the promotion are usually most of the time, aligned with the person who was promoted. The reality is you can never be a good officer and excel in your career if you don’t have a good boss. So, we feel very delighted that Ahmed Rasheed is among those in your Command that has been promoted.
“We also in FCTA are proud that one of us has been elevated because he represents the crop of officers that to a large extent, are the face of the new Nigerian police; hardworking, dedicated and very smart.
“From what I have seen, haven worked with him for the last six months, I have no doubt that God willing, the sky is going to be the limit for this young officer.
“For you the Commissioner of Police, I urge you to continue with your good work of training officers because as you know, we need more and more policing within our communities. I’m sure that out of the 10,000 to be employed, based on what we have read in the newspapers, a number of them will be under your responsibility and I’m sure you will also guide and train them properly.” [myad]