The Police High Command yesterday confirmed that former Deputy Inspector General Abdoulie Sanyang has been appointed Inspector General of Police. He replaces Mamour Jobe who died last month. His appointment came after weeks of speculations as to who the president, who was on leave, will appoint. While some tried to politicise the issue, most people advised the president to follow tradition and appoint the IGP from among the police hierarchy.
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