Mustapha Balogun, a previous Inspector-General of Police (IGP) has been pronounced dead couple of days to his 75th birthday celebration
The Osun-conceived previous police boss was Nigeria’s 21st Inspector-General of Police selected by Ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo
From Osun state, Balogun once filled in as the chief staff official to another previous IGP, Muhammadu Gambo
Lekki – Mustapha Balogun, a previous Inspector-General of Police (IGP), is dead.
Daily Trust paper reports that family sources affirmed the demise of Balogun, who became IGP in March 2002.
He supposedly passed on from heart related sicknesses in Reddington Hospital, Lekki, Lagos on Thursday, August 4.
Sources said he had been down for some time prior to elapsing on at the tip top clinical office.
Punch paper reports that Balogun kicked the bucket at 74, not many days to his 75th birthday celebration.
He was an individual from Cadet Assistant Superintendent of Police Course 3 and worked in different police orders across the league and was advanced as of when due.
He was likewise a chief staff official to the previous IGP, Muhammadu Gambo, delegate magistrate of police, Edo express, the trailblazer chief of police in Delta state.
He likewise filled in as a chief of police in Rivers and Abia states.