Mace Theft: DPO Of National Assembly Transfered To Yobe Over Arrest Of Suspects
The Inspector-General of Police, Idris Ibrahim » , has reportedly authorised the transfer of the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) of the National Assembly, Sulu-Gambari Abdul to Adamawa State following the mace theft saga.
According to TVC News, which cited a source privy to the matter, Abdul was transferred as a punished for his earlier arrest of six persons suspected to be the attackers that stole the mace.
DPO Abdul’s testimony
The source was also quoted to have said that the DPO’s testimony that some security officials, lawmakers and National Assembly staff may have colluded to organize the invasion and mace theft at the ongoing National Assembly Ad-hoc Investigative hearing on the matter got his superiors angry.
The Police IG was said to have felt that DPO Abdul went too far in revealing security information during his testimony before the committee which is co-chaired by Deputy Senate Leader, Senator Bala Na’Allah and Honourable Betty Apiafi .
The report, still citing a source, further revealed that those who masterminded the DPO’s transfer said he should have tread cautiously after the arrest of the six suspects and detention of vehicles which reportedly had the signature of an insider job.
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