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IG of Police, Idris Ibrahim allegedly found it difficult to read his speech

A Video circulating on the Internet shows the embarrassing moment the IG of Police Idris Ibrahim was allegedly finding it difficult to read his speech at an event in Kano.

The IG was in the state to Commission The Force Technical Intelligence Unit and according to an online platform the Voice of Liberty who circulated the video, he couldn’t read out his speech coherently to the understanding of his listeners.

Watch the Video below:

Saraki Says Police IG Idris Plotting To Frame Him

The Senate president, Bukola Saraki, has alleged a plot by the Inspector General, Ibrahim Idris, to “frame and implicate” him. Mr. Saraki said this on Wednesday, telling senators he wanted to call their attention to the matter, SaharaReporters reports.

Saraki who made the disclosure at plenary said some cultists were arrested in Kwara State, with statements taken from them, with directives from the Inspector- General of Police, IGP, Ibrahim Idris to transfer the matter to Abuja, with plans for the culprits to implicate and blackmail him.

Saraki later stepped down for the deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu to preside for the constitution of an ad-hoc Committee to look into the matter, the Senate described as very serious and grievous.

Meanwhile, the IG of Police had earlier mentioned that nothing would distract the Nigeria Police Force from carrying out its constitutional duties. Idris said this while receiving members of the I Stand with the Nigeria Police Forum, led by Its Convener, Mr Ugboma Stephen, on Tuesday in Abuja.

“The police will not be effective without the cooperation and active participation of the citizens of this country,”he said.

He said that constructive criticisms from the members of the public would further encourage the force to effectively discharge its duties. The police boss urged the group to extend same support given to the police to the Federal Government.

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