REVEALED: Why IGP, Suleiman Abba, lost his job

Suleiman Abba

Our investigation on why the sudden but brash decision to sack the Inspector General of Police, Suleiman Abba, which caught the nation in a surprise is as a result of allegations that show that he is not loyal to his employers especially the President, Goodluck Jonathan, who is also the Commander-In-Chief of the Armed Forces.

Nigerian Insight sources hinted that Abba’s sack might not be unconnected with ‘proven cases of doubtful loyalty during and even after the general election‎s’.

Abba according to the very senior and dependable source close to the Presidency was believed to have been taking contrary orders from General Abdulrahman Danbazau, who is the Director of Security to the General Muhammadu Buhari’s presidential campaign Organisation.

According to the source, the IGP became like a mole in government circles. We have security proofs that showed that Abba was called by Danbazau to take care of specific areas that would have been of advantage to the PDP during the elections ‎and specifically directed his men to act accordingly”.

We monitored him and found out that he acted according to Danbazau’s instructions. On two occasions, he assaulted serving ministers at the airport. These were on instructions he was given.

He was also instrumental to the brief detention of a serving minister on his way to the United Kingdom last week. The minister was quizzed for a couple of hours on his intentions and trip abroad.

Another female serving minister suffered the same fate two weeks ago on her way to the United Kingdom.

Danbazau who is seeking to be the Chief of Staff to the new President had assured Suleiman Abba of his being retained as Inspector General of Police for being a ‘wonderful, loyal staff’. When the President got whiff of his activities before the postponed elections, he instructed that Abba should be ‘monitored’ and there were several confirmations that he was working assiduously against the administration that made him IGP.

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