REVEALED: Real reason Buhari extended IGP’s tenure by 90 days

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REVEALED: Real reason Buhari extended IGP’s tenure by 90 days

Minister of Police Affairs, Mohammad Dingyadi, on Thursday, says President Muhammadu Buhari decided to extend the tenure of Mohammed Adamu as the Inspector-General of Police for three months “to allow for a robust and efficient process of appointing a new IGP.”

The minister disclosed this in an interview with State House correspondents at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

Recall that Adamu’s tenure ought to have expired on Monday when he attained 35 years in service.

Instead of naming a replacement so that the IGP could hand over, the President and the Presidency kept mum on the matter.

Adamu has remained at his duty post since Monday, fuelling speculation that his tenure could have been ‘secretly’ extended.

The situation made a lawyer, Maxwell Okpara, ask a Federal High Cout in Abuja to stop Adamu from parading himself as the IGP forthwith.

Justifying the three-month extension, however, Dingyadi said it was meant to ensure that the right officer was appointed to replace Adamu.



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4 COMMENTS

  1. Whatever is the motive behind the extension, the truth is that people in authority are seldom reluctant to relinquish their position.
    The statement: MOST RELIABLE and or COMPETENT person to occupy the position shows that there may not be any hierarchy in Police setting.
    Ninety (90) will soon pass and a new person will take over.
    We keep our fingers crossed.

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