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AIG Mukhtar Ibrahim dies, burial today  print

Published on December 23, 2012 by   ·   12 Comments

AIG Mukhtar Ibrahim: 1957-2012

AIG Mukhtar Ibrahim:1957-2012

The Nigeria Police has announced the death of Assistant Inspector General Muktari Ibrahim, of the Zone 6 headquarters in calabar. He was aged 55. And he will be buried in Kano, his hometown today, according to Islamic rites.

He died after a brief illness at the University Teaching Hospital, Calabar, Cross River State at about 11am of 22nd December, 2012.

Until his death, Ibrahim oversaw the administrative and operational activities of the Force in Cross Rivers, Rivers, Ebonyi and Akwa Ibom States.

AIG Muktari Ibrahim who hailed from Kano Municipal Council Area of Kano State was born on 5 April, 1957.

He enlisted into the Force as a Cadet Inspector on 30 July, 1979 and had his initial training at one of the premier police training institutions in Nigeria- Police College, Ikeja, Lagos.

AIG Mukhtar Ibrahim:1957-2012

He had a degree in Computer Science and had attended several Professional Courses both at home and abroad. He was at the Police Staff College, Jos for Advanced Detective Course (ADC), Intermediate Command Course (ICC) and Senior Command Course (SCC).

He was also at the Police Academy Cairo, Egypt for a special anti-smuggling training amongst others.

A versatile and well travelled officer; he was formerly the AIG in charge of Zone 10 Sokoto covering Sokoto, Kebbi and Zamfara States. He was also a former Commissioner of Police in-charge of Anambra, Kwara and Kebbi States.

While commiserating with the immediate family and the entire officers and men of the Nigeria Police Force, the Inspector-General of Police, IGP MD Abubakar, prayed that the Almighty Allah grants him eternal rest and give the family the fortitude to bear the loss.

Ibrahim will be buried today at his Kano hometown according to Islamic rites.

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12 Comments for “AIG Mukhtar Ibrahim dies, burial today”

  1. musagabasawa

    May his gentle believing soul rest in perfect peace. Kulli nafsin za’i qatil maut (surely every soul shall test death) My condolences to his family, Kano people, and the entire Nigerians in general.

  2. Ben

    The picture above is not not that of AIG Muktari Mohammed. The picture is AIG Azubike Udah

  3. innalillahi wa inna illaiheem raju’un. Allah jikan musilmi. Aig, muktari ibrahim. Aig muktari ibrahim is a humble person, a nice man and interact with peoples may allah soul rest in peace to him amin.

  4. Daniel

    Even though I dont know them, I see the aggressive “okoro” look in the picture above. So it couldn’t be a Muktari picture. RIP and may God grant his family the fortitude to bear the loss.

    • pmnews

      The latest picture is that of Mukhtar Ibrahim. It is from the Force Headquarters. There was mix up before it was changed.

    • How can a nigerian police officer rest in peace?

      • Gbakulado

        I wonder ooo. With all the atrocities: corruptions and extra-judicial killings he might have committed/ordered while alive as a NIgerian policeman.

        Let him rest in perfect peace indeed

      • Gbakulado

        I wonder oooo. With all the atrocities: corruption and extra-judicial killings he might have committed/ordered while alive as a Nigerian policeman.

        Rest in perfect peace indeed.

      • AdeOla

        I wonder ooo. With all the atrocities: corruptions and extra-judicial killings he might have committed/ordered while alive as a NIgerian policeman.

        Let him rest in perfect peace indeed.

  5. Fate determines the cause of life and death and there is no armour against fate.May his great soul rest in perfect peace.

  6. Becalo Utuk

    Alhajiā€™s death is a great loss to the world, Cross River State, Nigeria, his family, and my family in particular. This AIG was an Angel. He cared for the poor and helpless. He was our family counselor, and supporter. I’m not sure what Mom would do if she hears he is dead. I’m totally dismayed at his sudden departure. I pray God to bring another leader who strictly upholds the law, yet, care about the security of the state, and peace of families and that of the nation in general. Alhaji, God loves you, and we love you too. Ekaette

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