Nasarawa Deputy Police Commissioner, Nwanedo Ndubuisi dead

The Deputy Commissioner of Police in Nasarawa State Police Command, Nwanedo Ndubuisi, has died, aged 55.

He died at the National Hospital in Abuja after a brief illness.

The Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, announced Ndubuisi’s death in a statement in Abuja on Wednesday.

IGP Idris described Ndubuisi’s death “as a passage to glory”.

The late Deputy Commissioner of Police, who was in charge of operations in Nasarawa state, joined the police on the 15th March, 1988 as a Cadet Assistant Superintendent of Police. and rose to the rank of a Deputy Commissioner of Police.

He served as Deputy Commissioner of Police, Department of Operations, Force Headquarters, Abuja before he was posted as Deputy Commissioner of Police Operations, Nasarawa State Police Command.

Ndubuisi hailed from Mbaitoli Local Government Area of Imo State.

Condolence registers have been opened at the reception of the Force Headquarters Abuja and Nasarawa State Police Command Headquarters, Lafia.

Burial arrangements will be announced after consultation with the family.

Source:http://dailypost.ng/2017/12/07/nasarawa-deputy-police-commissioner-nwanedo-ndubuisi-dead/

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7 Comments

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    Ajayi Adekunle6 days agoReply

    May his soul rest in peace

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    Nathaniel Joseph6 days agoReply

    Rest in peace…

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    Sodipe Olusesi6 days agoReply

    Sad news, may his soul rest in perfect peace

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    Maxwell Joshua6 days agoReply

    Its a pity…may his soul rest in peace

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    Uduakobong Udofa6 days agoReply

    May his soul Rest In Peace.

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    Muhammed Solih6 days agoReply

    a passage to glory”.

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    Ezekiel Ihejika5 days agoReply

    So sorry to hear about this such is life.

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