President Buhari, Appoints New Personal Chief Security Officer
President Muhammadu Buhari has appointed deputy commissioner of police, Aliyu Abubakar Musa, As his new Chief Personal Security officer.
The appointment was announced by his senior special adviser on Media and Publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu.
"Musa's appointment follows the redeployment of his predecessor commissioner of police, Abdulkarim Dauda". Shehu said.
This fresh appointment comes less than two weeks after a feud between the first lady and Aisha Buhari & Sabiu Yusuf like, his personal assistant.
The crisis started when Yusuf refused to go on a 14 day isolation after returning to Abuja from Lagos.
This led to the arrest and eventual redeployment of the Aide De Camp to The First lady and other security details attached to her, after it was claimed that the threatened to kill the president assistant in the process of trying to get him out of Aso Rock.
Meanwhile in another development President Buhari has approved the resumption of schools for students of graduating classes.
Schools have been closed since March 2020, as part of a larger lockdown measure to contain the spread of the Corona virus.
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