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IGP Idris retires January, make Igbo officer subsequent inspector-general – Intersociety urges Buhari




A rights group, Worldwide Society for Civil Liberties and Rule of Regulation (Intersociety) has referred to as on President Muhammadu Buhari to contemplate appointing the subsequent Inspector Common of Police from the South-East on the expiration of IGP Ibrahim Idris’ tenure.

The group, in a press assertion signed by its board of trustees chairman, Emeka Umeagbalasi and made accessible to DAILY POST in Awka, acknowledged that the present Inspector-Common can be retiring on January three, 2019.

He stated, “It’s authoritatively confirmed that the current Inspector Common of Police, IGP Ibrahim Kpotum Idris, shall be statutorily or legally retired from the Nigeria Police Power on third January 2019.

“Owing to widespread allegations and stories of exclusion of the residents of Southeast from a number of necessary federal appointments together with high safety appointments the emptiness created by the retirement in three weeks time of IGP Ibrahim Kpotum Idris is now a serious check case for the Administration.”

The group argued that because the President and his celebration, the All Progressives Congress (APC) have continually denied hating the Igbo, the retirement of the IG of police can be a great alternative to reveal their declare.

Intersociety nevertheless warned in opposition to an try and maintain the retiring IG past December three, as such can be resisted.

“Any try and retain him or perpetuate him in workplace past his tenure and the legislation is a transparent invitation to anarchy and impeachment of the prevailing Structure.

“As his alternative, the Presidency ought to choose amongst Igbo serving senior Police Officers particularly these with no less than two years to remain within the Power.

“From our checks, it’s possible a terrific alternative for Nigeria to have a primary feminine Inspector Common of Police within the particular person of not too long ago promoted DIG Peace Ibekwe-Abdallah, an Onitsha (Anambra State) born feminine DIG, married to northern husband.

“DIG Peace Ibekwe joined the NPF with appointment quantity AP25120 on 1st February 1986 and was born on seventh April 1963.”

The group additionally listed another senior law enforcement officials of Igbo extraction, and their beginning and recruitment dates, who may very well be thought-about for the job.

They embody; Boniface Okay. Onyeabor, Celestine Okoye, John Ogbonnaya Amadi, Okoli C. Michael, Ngozi Vivian Onadeko, Joe Nwachukwu Enweonwu, Joseph O. Egbunike, Edward Chuka Egbuka and Josephine Ogechi Nna amongst others.


Author: Orimisan Temidayo

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