Nigerians Reacts With Anger After Presidency Makes News Announcement About IG Of Police
By Evaristus23 | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 3693 views
Just when everybody in the country was waiting for a name to be announced for a replacement in the office of inspector general of police, the president has surprised them by retaining the former IG for another 3 months.
Abubakar Mohammed adamu who is currently the 20th inspector general of police was appointed by President Mohamed on 15th January 2019 to replace Ibrahim Idris of Niger state.
Abubakar Adam once served as the assistant inspector-general of police in Edo state and was responsible for the management and operation of npf zone 5.
The main reason for the president to retain him was because he needs to be careful in picking a capable hand that will guide the Nigeria police force. But many Nigerians did not care about the president reason for this action and they have poured out their anger in social media platform (Facebook). People were expecting that the inspector general of police tend his resignation letter just like the other service chiefs did.
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