Bala Ciroma, Biography, Age, Wife, Children, Family, EFCC Boss, Net Worth, Wiki
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Who Is Bala Ciroma?
Bala Ciroma is a Nigerian born police officer and EFCC investigator, The FCT Commissioner of Police who has been reportedly appointed by Buhari as the new EFCC boss to replace Ibrahim Magu.

The FCT Commissioner of Police, Bala Ciroma has been appointed to replace the suspended Ibrahim Magu as the new Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)

In 2018, Bala Ciroma, The Criminal Investigator 'From EFCC' was Appointed To Restore Peace To Plateau State.

Date Of Birth, Birthday, Age: How old is Bala Ciroma?

State Of Origin: Where is Bala Ciroma from? Bala Ciroma hails from Yobe state.

Family, Children, Wife: Bala Ciroma

Net Worth: Bala Ciroma

Education, Qualifications: Bala Ciroma has a Bachelor of Science degree in Geography from the University of Maiduguri in 1988.

Religion: Bala Ciroma is a Muslim

Profile, Biography, Wikipedia Of Bala Ciroma

Ciroma joined the Nigeria Police Force on March 3, 1990 with the rank of Superintendent of Police.

Before his assignment as Commissioner of Police in Plateau State in 2018, he was serving as the Deputy Commissioner of Police, Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department in Abuja. He has received endorsements for Criminal Investigation on his LinkedIn profile.

Ciroma has been Deputy Commissioner of Police Operations, FCT Command, has also served as Head of Operations, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in Abuja.

As of 2016, Bala Ciroma was a member of the Police Service Commission (PSC) that promoted four Commissioners of Police to the next rank of Assistant Inspectors-General of Police.

Also in 2016, Bala Ciroma was a member of a Police committee inaugurated by the IGP to review the Nigeria Police investment companies and subsidiaries, and produce a white paper within a month.

The investments were: the Nigeria Police Cooperative, the NPF Pensions Ltd, the Police Property Development and Construction Company, the Police Microfinance Bank, the Police Health Maintenance and the NPF Mortgage Bank. 

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