IGP is ready to pay N2 billion to renew its mandate
Nigeria’s Inspector General of Police, Adam Mohammed, has denied compelling accusations that he paid money to extend his term.
Recall that the Sahara Reporter claimed that Adam was paid N2 billion to renew his mandate.
Adam’s term expired on February 1, but has since been extended by President Bukhari by three months.
In response to this, PGI denied the allegations.
Read the statement below …
The High Command of the Police called the Sahara Reporter’s February 7, 2021 publication deceitful, unfounded, defamatory and defamatory, according to which Inspector General of Police, IGP MA Adam, NPM, mni paid over 2 billion Naira to renew the mandate.
The forces want to categorically state that the extension of PGI’s term was strictly the prerogative of the president and never paid for, as the publication maliciously reported.
Hints from Sahara Reporter that IGP did not “mark” its expansion smack of ignorance and a pitiful loss of priorities. Expansion does not require celebration or celebration, but it does take time for additional work, renewed commitment to duty, and selfless service to the people.
The PGI, while reassuring the nation of the unwavering commitment of the Force under its leadership to better service delivery, safety and citizenship protection, directs members of the public to ignore and discredit the Sahara Reporter as manifestly false and unfounded. PGI is not distracted and the Force remains motivated and committed to fulfilling its mandate, in particular the task of neutralizing current and emerging threats to internal security.
Meanwhile, PGI has instructed its legal team to sue online publishers.
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