Ex- IGP Abba’s Appointment: DOBA 1978 Class hails Buhari


By Samuel Vincent

The Dambatta Old Boys’ Association (DOBA) Class of 1978, has commended President Muhammadu Buhari for appointing retired Inspector-General of Police, Barrister Sulaiman Abba, a member of the class, as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Nigeria Police Trust Fund.

In a statement signed by the Chairman of the DOBA Class of 1978, Salisu  Na’inna Dambatta, and Secretary, Alhaji Abdullahi Bulangu on Saturday, the association expressed appreciation to the President, saying that the appointment was based on merit in view of the excellent track record of service of the retired Inspector General of Police.

“The President has made the right choice for a Chairman of a Trust Fund, the resources of which can make tremendous impact in the transformation of the Nigeria Police Force,” the statement said.

The DOBA Class of 1978 expressed confidence that as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Police Trust Fund, Barrister Suleiman Abba would  reportedly bring his sincerity of purpose, passion for national service and commitment to the Nigeria Police Force to bare on his leadership of the Fund, which would be used to enhance the primary roles  of the Police Force of preventing and detecting crimes, boosting public safety and securing the nation.

The entire members of DOBA Class of 1978 congratulated Barrister Sulaiman Abba and all those appointed to the Board, and wished them a successful tenure.

Abba served as IGP under former President Goodluck Jonathan.

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