IGP with the President

Opposition Parties To Buhari: We”ll Protest If IG Remains in Office After Jan 15


The coalition of opposition parties on Sunday said they would begin a nationwide protest from January 15 if the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris remains in office.

The coalition of the opposition said that Ibrahim Idris is no longer an  IG January 3, 2019, after attaining 35 years in service.

Ugochinyere, the Spokesman for the group  in his address on Sunday said the seat of IG is currently vacant.

While noting that the President ought to have appointed another IG.

He further hinted that for Ibrahim Idris to still be parading himself as IG is an impersonation and a threat to national security.

Ugo said that the protest will commence on January 15 if the IG is still on police uniform at the Force Headquarters in Abuja.

He stated that the protest would be staged in front of all police command headquarters across the country until their demand is met

Aside  CUPP’s latest move, Peoples Democratic Party has also accused the President’s stance in retaining the IG.

They said the president ‘s decoy in retaining Ibrahim Idris is to use him to rig the coming elections.