It was on the news yesterday that the former Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu was removed yesterday when he was still in Owerri, the capital of Imo State. After his removal, many came out and made it known that his removal is a right step which was taken in a right direction.
Based on that note, it was today revealed that the former IGP paid a huge amount of money for his tenure to be extended. Sources today revealed that Ex IGP Adamu Mohammed paid over ₦2 billion naira for tenure extension. But unfortunately for him, he was sacked after two months.
If what was just revealed here is true, it means that we still have a long way to go in this country Nigeria. How can someone pay that kind of money so that his tenure will be extended? It's really unfortunate that this is where we are in Nigeria today. For us to make a meaningful progress in Nigeria, things most be done properly, if not, we will continue to move backward instead of going forward.
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