Who Was He? Check the cause of his passing Death of Former Police Chief

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Mustapha Balogun: Who was he? Check the former police chief’s cause of death

Mustapha Balogun, a former inspector general of police, died in a Lekki hospital. His death was recently announced on social media and this information quickly went viral. The news of his death surprised many people.

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The news of his unexpected death really broke our hearts. Everyone is mourning his death and many people have expressed their condolences online.

He was a wonderful person who achieved great things in his life. Let’s move on to the next section of the post where we aim to teach you different things about all the important details.

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He was born on August 8, 1947 in Ila-Orangun, Osun State. The 21st Inspector General of Police was Tafa Balogun. He was a cadet in the Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) third class.

He worked for various police departments across the Federation and was promoted when they were due Tafa, rising from the position of Chief Staff Officer (PSO) to the position of former Police Inspector Muhammadu Gambo, Deputy Police Commissioner for Edo State and the first Police Commissioner for Delta State.

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Mustafa Balogun

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Mustapha Balogun died at the age of 74, according to the report. According to family reports, he passed away around 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 4, 2022, in a hospital in Lekki, Lagos, after a short treatment illness.

He died a few days before his 75th birthday. His family and friends are devastated and shocked by this news because they have lost a dear family member.

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Tafa, a member of Nigeria’s premier military school, the National War College, later rose to become Deputy Inspector General of Police in Zone One, Kano, from where he was appointed 21st Inspector General of Police on March 6, 2002.

He enrolled at the University of Lagos, where he earned a BA in Political Science in 1972. In May 1973 he joined the Nigerian Police. He earned a law degree from the University of Ibadan while serving as a police officer.

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