Victor Olisa, a police officer of the Bexley Borough in London, is now the first black and first Nigerian Police Chief Commander in the U.K.
The father of two lives in Southern England and has followed in his grandfather’s footsteps, who served in Nigeria over twenty years ago. Olisa left Nigeria and began his armed forces career in 1982.
Commander Olisa has worked in the City of London Police as a detective inspector in the Fraud Squad, then was later assigned to the race unit. He began his appointment as the new Commander on April 16, 2012.
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