Shawulu E. Dan-Mamman, the recently appointed Commissioner of Police (CP) of Niger State, has asked the people of the state to continue to support and cooperate with him in order to create a more safe environment.
This is stated in a statement that is signed by DSP Wasiu Abiodun, the public relations officer for the state police in Minna.
As to the statement, AIG Ogundele J. Ayodeji, who was recently elevated and redeployed as AIG Zone 7, Abuja, was replaced as the 37th Commissioner of Police in Niger State by CP Dan-Mamman.
According to Abiodun, the CP is from the Lupwe-Takum region of Taraba State’s Donga LGA.
According to the announcement, Dan-Mamman was the Commissioner of Police Force Provost Marshal (FPM), Force Headquarters, Abuja, prior to his assignment as the Chief Peacekeeper of Niger State.
“He was enlisted and appointed as Cadet Assistant Superintendent of Police (C/ASP) on May 18, 1992,” the statement reads. He previously studied from 1985 to 1988 at the esteemed Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria, where he graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B Hons).
Additionally, he attended the Nigeria Law School in Lagos from 1988 to 1989. On December 14, 1989, he was admitted to the Nigerian Bar, serving as an advocate and solicitor for the Supreme Court of Nigeria.
With credit, CP Dan-Mamman took part in the following UN missions:
-He served as the Station Commander in Zubin-Potok for the United Nations Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK).
-MINUSTAH, the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti. He served as the Gonaive Region’s Technical Adviser to the Haitian Police in this capacity.