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Commotion Everywhere As New IGP, Mohammed Adamu, Lands In Very Big Trouble, Faces Visa Ban

Opposition political parties under the aegis of the Coalition of United Political Parties, CUPP, have passed a vote of no confidence on the Acting Inspector-General of Police, Ag. IGP, Mohammed Adamu, over what they called a “politically manipulated and compromised list” of Commissioners of Police, CPs, by the Police hierarchy, which was recently released by the Police Force Headquarters.

The Spokesperson for the Coalition, Imo Ugochinyere, in a statement, alleged that the list showed that the Acting IGP danced to the tune of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, by announcing a list submitted to him from the Presidential Villa.

He said: “Few hours after we exposed the decision of the Acting IGP to announce a list given to him by the Villa, he has gone ahead to announce the list. Of grave worry, is the insistence of the National Leader of APC, that Mr. Kayode Egbetokun must be posted to Kwara, an issue to which he should ordinarily have no contribution. 

“The Inspector-General of Police has succumbed and has failed the entire nation, and put the entire Electoral process in jeopardy.

“The Nigerian opposition rejects the postings, and hereby calls on all opposition members not to recognise the politically manipulated postings.

“The Nigerian opposition rejects the appointment of Mr. Kayode Egbetokun as the Commissioner of Police, Kwara State, and all other Villa-instigated postings. The Acting IGP, has disappointed a nation eager to go out peacefully on February 16, to exercise their franchise.

Clearly anarchy looms in the land, and the plot to rig the elections is now in full gear. The Acting IGP should be placed on visa ban immediately, for aggravating the situation that degenerated into bedlam.”

Ugochinyere speaking further, said that the opposition members and Nigerians, are left with only one option of resorting to self-help in protection of their votes.

He disclosed that the opposition is considering pulling out of the Bill Clinton Peace Accord, as it is tantamount to the ruling party leading opposition Leaders and Nigerians to Golgotha. 

He stressed that the Acting IGP should be held responsible, in case violence breaks out during the elections.


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