JUST IN: DIG David Folawiyo Bows Out Of Service

Deputy Inspector General of Police, DIG David Femi Oyebanji Folawiyo, has officially bowed out of service of the Nigeria Police Force haven put in the statutory 35 years in the service.

DIG Folawiyo was seen off by his colleagues in a colourful ceremony at the Force Headquarters Abuja on Thursday.

A statement issued by the Force’s spokesman, Frank Mba  elugised the retired police officer for his sterling service to Nigeria.

The statement read in part:

“The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali Baba, psc (+), NPM, fdc, while felicitating with the celebrant on his meritorious retirement from the service of the Nigeria Police Force stated that DIG Folawiyo, a very fine officer and astute Member of the Force Management Team under the current Police leadership, will be greatly missed for his invaluable contributions in advancing the course of peace, public safety and security in Nigeria.

“DIG David Folawiyo, a member of the prestigious National Institute of Policy and Strategic Studies, joined the Nigeria Police Force in March, 1988 as a cadet Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP). A holder of a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a master’s degree in International Relations, DIG Folawiyo served the Force, humanity and the nation at large in various capacities within and outside Nigeria since his commissioning and rose through the ranks to become a Deputy Inspector General of Police, a position that availed him the opportunity to serve as a member of the Nigeria Police Force Management Team and coordinating DIG in-charge of the South-West Geo-Political Zone.


“Amidst his numerous professional deliveries, he will be remembered for his passion in coordinating and facilitating the development and approval of the ICT POLICY for the Nigeria Police Force while he served as the Deputy Inspector General of Police, Department of Information and Communication Technology (ICT).


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