The spokesperson for the Nigerian Police Force, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, has taken out his time to reply a certain twitter user, who claimed that the Inspector General of Police, Alkali Baba Usman is an illegal occupant of the position he is occupying now, going by a certain court judgement.
While replying him, the Police spokesperson demanded to know how many court judgements he knows in relation to the matter, urging him to name them one after another. He went on and noted that even if he has a locus standi on the matter, he should have stated all the cases and judgements on the IGP's tenure.
Speaking further, Mr Adejobi noted that the IGP tenure extension is entirely different from the appointment based on the provisions of the new Act. He went on and demanded to know whether the IGP was the one who appointed himself as IGP, noting that the matter can only be resolved in court because there are many judgements on that particular issue.
Mr Adejobi made this disclosure in a tweet he made on his twitter handle on Wednesday evening, urging the twitter user not to mislead Nigerians by stating one or two cases.
Read the full tweet below.
Some hours ago, a twitter user who goes by the babe, "99% OPPRESSED" made a certain tweet, claiming that the Inspector General of Police, Alkali Baba Usman is an illegal occupant of his position, going by the judgement of Justice F.O Riman.
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