on the allegation of corruption against the inspector general of police, Ibrahim
idris by Senator Misau. The meaning of change according to them (APC) All
Progressive Congress is harboring corrupt individuals of interest and make
others that is not of interest to them loud! Could these be the change they
proclaimed to Nigerians,? ”We saw that of Magu being swept under the carpet after the Dss gave
a sterling revelation of the hidden truth and now, this one too is about going
under the carpet’’
about an allegation senator Misau, representing Bauchi Central Senatorial
District had accused the inspector General of police of!
allegations, even as it questioned the anti-corruption posture of the current
administration. “We are worried with the deafening silence of the All
Progressives Congress (APC) Nigeria-led federal government on the allegation of
corruption against the Nigeria Police Inspector General by Senator Misau.
allegation against the Inspector General of Police is too weighty and the
Police authority must pursue itself of this accusation. ” This allegation must
not be swept under the carpet by the APC-led government like the ones against
the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Acting Chairman, Ibrahim
Magu and others,”
controversial circumstance, the PDP said failure of the police authority to
realize this until Misau spoke against it speaks volume. “The sudden
realization that Senator Misau is a deserter further exposes the complicity of
the Nigeria Police Force on this matter,” the party wrote in yet another tweet,
even as it accused the ruling party of covering up some corrupt elements.
federal government cannot be said to be fighting corruption and at the same
time, covering up corrupt officers,” it added. Only recently, Senator Misau had
at a media briefing in Abuja, accused the police boss of graft, describing the
force under Ibrahim Idris as “a cesspool of corruption, nepotism, indiscipline
and favoritism. Among other things, the lawmaker had accused the Inspector
General of Police of collecting huge sums of money amounting to N120 billion
yearly from oil firms and other corporate bodies for special security.