By Henry Umoru, Abdulwahab Abdulah & Godwin Oritse *** The action cannot be right, we will give him time for reflection, to be well guided by his bosses – Saraki *** As Senate Mandates Ahmad Lawan, Abu Ibrahim to engage the Executive on the enormity of the consequence of IGP‘s action *** Tight Security as Masked security men storm National Assembly ABUJA—FOR the second time in one week, the Inspector General of Police, IGP, Ibrahim Idris, who was billed to appear before the Senate at plenary yesterday, shunned senators without any written or verbal statement to buttress his action. Senate president, Bukola Saraki, in his immediate reaction, said: “The President told him to go to Benue, he refused to go. His immediate boss, the Vice-President is a SAN. I know that he will not condone this. Also, Mr. President will not condone this.’’ The Senate had last Thursday, summoned the IGP to brief the lawmakers at plenary on the ordeal the Chairman, Senate Committee on the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Senator Dino Melaye, APC Kogi West, had been subjected in the hands of the Nigeria Police on alleged illegal possession of ammunition, but he failed to show up. The Inspector-General of… Read full this story
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