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Kano, Kogi police pass vote of confidence on IGP

The police in Kano and Kogi states have passed a vote of confidence on the leadership of the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris.  They…

The police in Kano and Kogi states have passed a vote of confidence on the leadership of the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris. 

They were reacting to the resolution of the Senate which passed a vote of no confidence on Idris and declared him not fit to hold public office.

Kano State Commissioner of Police Rabi’u Yusuf said that no amount of campaign of calumny and intimidation will deter the IGP from discharging his statutory duties.

Yusuf said “Kano State police command wishes to reiterate our unalloyed loyalty to President Muhammadu Buhari and IGP. We pledged our total confidence and support to the Inspector-General of Police.”

The commissioner said the IGP would be in Kano today to commission a sophisticated tracking machine installed to checkmate activities of criminals in the state.

Also, the Kogi State Police Commissioner in the state, CP Ali Janga, said the command would continue to display its loyalty and unflinching support for the good leadership qualities of the IGP which he noted has stemmed the tide of crimes and criminality in the country. 

In a statement in Lokoja yesterday, the CP called on Nigerians to support the vision of the IGP, even as he cautioned against politicising issues of policing especially now that the security forces working hard to address security challenges bedevilling the nation. 

 

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