The Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba, has said he is yet to get a conventional removal demand from the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) for Abba Kyari, Deputy Commissioner of Police, following his prosecution by a US court.
Baba expressed this while handling inquiries from State House journalists on Thursday.
Kyari has been blamed for being a backstabber in a $1.1m misrepresentation bargain including Instagram big name, Ramon Abbas otherwise known as Hushpuppi.
Baba affirmed that the board comprised to research the case had presented its report to the Secretary-General of the Federation (SGF), Boss Mustapha.
“I have not gotten any removal demand officially. However, I have perused from different spots that there was a removal demand. I’ve not seen it and that is one.
“Two, we took our own activity by establishing a board to investigate the charges that were made against the senior officer.
“The claims depended on hobnobbing with Hushpuppi and getting some series of directions on extrajudicial torment, etc. We investigated this load of claims through the board of trustees that was set up by the DIG and we presented our report to the SGF.
“We just got lawful guidance from the workplace of the Attorney General on what to do next as far as requesting that the official record for what we have assembled throughout our examination,” Baba said.
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