House of Representatives to investigate Police IGP, Ibrahim Idris over Peace Corps
Coalition of Civil Society Organizations for Justice and Equity (Coalition-JE), has written a petition to the House of Representatives against the IG of Police, Ibrahim Idris, accusing him of disobeying court orders on Peace Corps.
The group petitioned the House over what it described as “total disregard of court judgments” by the Inspector-General of Police.
Rita Orji, member representing Ajeromi/Ifelodun federal constituency of Lagos State, read the petition signed by Comrade Olayemi Success on behalf of the coalition.
The petitioners held that the IGP has fragrantly unnoticed many judgments against him and the supervise in favour of the Trustees of peace corps of Nigeria (PCN) and its citizen Commandant, Amb. Dickson Akoh.
The assemblage prayed the dwelling to assemble the police force IGP and the Attorney-General of the amalgamation (AGF), to justify why subsisting attract commands were openly disobeyed by them.
We urge Mr speaker to term the Attorney-General of the Federation, the Inspector-General of Police, the leadership of serenity public body of Nigeria and central bureau of Youths and Sports Development, to be knowledgeable about pardon? the predicament is.
“It is a unfamiliar exploit that smacks of disobedience for the Attorney-General of the amalgamation who is the Chief commandment administrator of Nigeria to direct the IGP to comply with judgments of quad and he shows revolution or reluctance to obey.
call back that during municipal investigation on the Nigerian silence body Bill, the regulate clearly conflicting to its passage. On the day the group commissioned its new corporate center of operations after the passage of the law by mutually chambers of the countrywide Assembly, an episode that was highly attended by more than a few legislators, the monitor swooped on the responsibility and sealed it up.
“This is an injury on the integrity and purity of the nation’s parliament, which cannot come to pass in any civilised capacity of the world”, the appeal reads in part.
According to the petitioners, the supervise had been sealing the offices of the group since 2010 and the organization had been suing the law enforcement and wining the cases.