IGP In Soup: National Assembly Passes Vote Of No Confidence Against Ibrahim Idris

Nigeria Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris is in “hot soup“, as the National Assembly, on Tuesday, June 5, 20¹8 passed a vote of no confidence on the IGP.

The three hours of closed door meeting is not unconnected with the fact that both Senator Dino Melaye and Shehu Sani have been guests of the police recently after being accused of criminal offences, while Senate President Bukola Saraki has been linked with the Offa bank heist of April 5 by the police.

The National Assembly and the IGP have been at loggerheads over the latter’s refusal to appear before the assembly, while the legislators have resolved to do all within their powers to uphold democracy.

Meanwhile, President Buhari also held a close door meeting with the country’s security chiefs at the Aso Rock Presidential Villa in Abuja.

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