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Nigerian Police DIG Dies In Lagos Hotel Room

Nigerian Police DIG Dies In Lagos Hotel Room

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Ganiyu Ali Dawodu, Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Police in charge of Investigation (D Department), Force CID, Abuja died Thursday, December 15 in a hotel room in Lagos he shared with a female police colleague. The female police companion is reportedly a deputy superintendent of police from Port Harcourt. She was reported to have raised alarm when Dawodu was convulsing and struggling for breath. Dawodu gave up the ghost before help could arrive. Dawodu had one form of heart problem which according to sources he travelled to South Africa recently to receive treatment. Our sources revealed that many believe his heart problem led to his death. Post mortem exam is yet to be carried out on the deceased.

Dawodu was born on June 26, 1953 in Lagos and was appointed Cadet Assistant Superintendent of Police in 1981 after graduation from University of Ibadan with B.Sc. in Sociology.
He served in several states as Senior Police Officer, these include - Commissioner of Police in Osun, Sokoto and Kano States; Assistant Inspector General of Police in Kano, Bauchi and Abuja.

Dawodu was AIG in charge of Force Intelligence Unit until his promotion on September 26, 2010 to Deputy Inspector General in charge of Force Criminal Investigation Department.



The Inspector-General of Police, Hafiz Ringim in a press statement confirmed Dawodu's death in a Lagos hotel. He however said the late DIG died when he along with friends were visiting another friend in his hotel room. This contrasts press reports the late DIG died in a hotel room he share with a female police officer.