Who is Frank Mba? All You Need To Know About Nigerian Police Commissioner

Frank Mba is a member of the Nigerian police force and also works as a lawyer. He is now serving as the Commissioner of Police.

Key Facts About Frank Mba

  • He is a police officer and lawyer in Nigeria.
  • His home town is Ezimo in the state of Enugu.
  • He follows Christianity.
  • He is of Igbo heritage.
  • He is a police commissioner.

Who is Frank Mba?

Frank Mba is a member of the Nigerian police force and also works as a lawyer. He is now serving as the Commissioner of Police. He was a Force Public Relations Officer (FPRO) in the past. The Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, gave him a promotion from DCP to a higher rank on December 30, 2020, at the Police Force Headquarters in Abuja. He was the Deputy Commissioner of the Nigeria Police Force before he got the new job. Recently, Frank Mba has been proposed for the position of Ogun State’s police commissioner.

Frank Mba Early Life

Frank Mba is from Ezimo, in Enugu State’s Udenu Local Government Area. He went to the University of Lagos to study law. In 2002, he was called to the Nigerian bar.

Frank Mba Education

We know very little about Frank Mba’s early education. Still, we know that he got a bachelor’s degree in law from the University of Lagos, police training at the Nigeria Police Academy in Kano, and a master’s degree in law from the University of Dundee in Scotland. In addition to receiving a Certificate in National and International Security from Harvard University, he also studied at the FBI National Academy in Quantico, United States. Frank Mba also took a Middle Management Course on Global Peace Operations in Vicenza, Italy; a General Criminal Investigation Course at the International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) in Botswana; a US-sponsored International Visitor Leadership Program in Washington, DC that focused on international crime issues; a Crisis and Disaster Management Course in Israel; and a Managing the Media in Crisis Situations course at the School of Media and Communications at Pan Atlantic University.

Frank Mba Career

In 1999, Frank Mba became an Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP). In 2003, he became a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP); in 2006, he became a Superintendent of Police (SP). In 2012, he became a Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) and, later, an Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP). In March 2019, he was given the rank of Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP). On December 19, 2020, he was promoted to Commissioner of Police (CP).

Before being transferred to the force headquarters in 2012, Frank Mba worked as the police public relations officer (PRO) in Lagos. From 2012 to 2014, he served in this capacity at the force headquarters. He used to be a part of the Nigeria Police Contingent that was part of the UN Peace-Keeping Mission in Liberia from 2006 to 2007. He got the essential UN Medal.

The Police Headquarters announced that the Force Public Relations Officer, CP Frank Mba, would attend a professional course at the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS) on Saturday, February 12, 2022. NIPSS is located in Kuru, Jos. On Thursday, January 26, 2023, Frank Mba was appointed Commissioner of Police for the Ogun State Police Command.

Frank Mba Ethnicity

Frank Mba comes from a family of Igbo descent in Southeastern Nigeria.

Frank Mba Parents

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Frank Mba Siblings

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Frank Mba Religion

Frank Mba adheres to the Christian faith.

Frank Mba Wife

Frank Mba is married, but we have yet to find out who his wife is.

Frank Mba Children

There is no information available regarding the offspring of Frank Mba.

Frank Mba Social Media

There is currently no information regarding Frank Mba’s presence on any social networking platforms.

Frank Mba Net Worth

Frank Mba is a public official in Nigeria, but there is currently no information available that can definitively establish how much money he has.