AIG Iwar (rtd) ― There are others like Abba Kyari in Police Force
Home » AIG Iwar (rtd) ― There are others like Abba Kyari in Police Force

AIG Iwar (rtd) ― There are others like Abba Kyari in Police Force

by Ayogen
0 comment

According to Vanguard, a retired Assistant Inspector-General of Police, AIG Austin Iwar has said that the arrest of Abba Kyari over the drug bust shows that there are many more Abba Kyaris in the Nigerian Police force system and there may be other officers committing even worse crimes.

On Wednesday,  Speaking in a Channels TV program ‘Sunrise Daily’, AIG Iwar said the fact that an officer who was on suspension as a result of his indictment by the FBI in the $1.1million Hushpuppi internet scam, was able to have some influence with police operatives and order them around, speaks volume.

READ ALSO:- Dromi World “Let The Orphans Be Glad” Touches Church, Mosques, Schools, Orphanages and some communities

He also said, “The NPF has legal and constitutional backing to carry out investigations on crime including drugs. The fact that the Police are handing over the case to the NDLEA means that the Police want the NDLEA to do its job without interference.

“And for NDLEA to properly prosecute DCP Abba Kyari, in this drugs crime, the officer must be dismissed from the Nigerian Police force. So if the agency completes its investigation, and sends it to the Police, it will be sent to the Force Disciplinary Committee, who will dismiss him before he can be prosecuted

According to Vanguard Newspaper, Speaking further on ‘Sunrise Daily’ he said, “The Nigerian Police Force is a neglected organization, neglected by the government. The Police Council that is supposed to be responsible for supervision never works.

“The Police is supposed to be like the Board of Directors that sits and supervises but that is non-existent.

Regarding funding, it was said that he said, “There is nothing to fund core investigations and other core duties of the police. So officers are left with little alternative than to scout for funds for doing the job”.

You may also like

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More