CP Sholla David was appointed to the Board as a Director on 23rd December, 2016. He graduated from University of Ibadan where he bagged B.Sc. in Political Science before joining the Nigeria Police Force. He was the Commissioner of Police in charge of Police Pension Office, where he also represented Police Pension office on the Board of NPF Pensions Limited. He was transferred as the Commissioner of Police in charge of Nigeria Police Multi-purpose Cooperative Society Limited, where he currently represents on the Board of NPF Pensions Limited.
He holds Post graduate Diploma in Management of Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi. He has served in many Commands and Formations of the Nigeria Police Force. He served as the Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of Operations in Zone 9 Headquarters; Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of Admin in Zone 10 Headquarters, Area Commander in Ogun, Oyo, Kebbi States. He was appointed by the Police Management as the Commissioner of Police in charge of Pension Office in 2016.
CP Sholla has attended many courses and workshops from where he garnered experiences in management and administration within and outside the country. He attended training in Citizenship and Leadership, Workshop on recruitment and selection process, Industrial Training Fund Management, Port Security Management Course in London, ASCON Higher Management Workshop, National Defence Course and others. He attended Kellogg School of Management’s training on, “Corporate Governance: Effectiveness and Accountability in Boardroom”.
He has many academic write-ups to his credit which amongst others include thesis on Cold War Era. He was the best graduating Cadet ASP in Academics in Police College Ikeja in 1987 and best Intermediate Command Course Essay prize in Police Staff College Jos in 2001. He is a member of International Association of Chiefs of Police, Citizenship and Leadership Training Club of Ibadan and a member Matey Club of Nigeria, Lagos.
He is married with children and plays football, table tennis and watching detective and crime movies.
The new PFA will be responsible for managing pension assets of the entire Nigeria Police Force personnel according to the Pension Reform Act (PRA 2014).