My posting is not punishment–Mbu
Assistant Inspector General (AIG) of Police, Joseph Mbu, yesterday resumed work as commandant of the Police Staff College, Bukuru, Plateau State.
Mbu told newsmen upon resumption that his posting in Jos was not punishment from the Force Headquarters, ‘‘but for him to transform the institution from a dying college’’.
“I was not posted to Jos on punishment. I was posted to Jos to come and transform the college,” he said.
He added: “I did not resume early because I was on leave. I am a still a serving police officer and I love my Job. I do my job like a professional and while working I do not know wife, brother or friend. I am proud to be a police officer.”
He said his posting to the college is an elevation fit for a professional and passionate cop like himself.
“This college is the highest police training institution in the country and it is a privilege to be posted here. Our Inspector General has said that training is his priority and that’s why I was posted to help transform the college,” he said.
From left, Chief Commissioner, Public Complaints Commission, Chief Emmanuel Ogbnile; Chairman, Senate Committee on Ethics, Privilege and Public Petition, Senator Sam Anyanwu and member of the committee, Senator Ogba Obinna during familiarization tour of the senate committee to the headquarter of the commission in Abuja yesterday.