IGP Orders Withdrawal Of Police Officers From Lawmakers, Ex-SGF, Ex-Ministers, Others (FULL LIST)

IGP Orders Withdrawal Of Police Officers From Lawmakers, Ex-SGF, Ex-Ministers, Others (FULL LIST)

 

 

 

The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Adamu, has ordered the immediate withdrawal of police officers attached to some prominent Nigerians and organisations.

The affected individuals include serving and former lawmakers, former ministers, a former Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), popular business personalities and so on.

The serving lawmakers include Nicholas Mutu and Shina Peller; former lawmakers affected include Lado Yakubu and Boroface Ajayi; Babachir Lawal,a former SGF is also affected while ex-ministers affected include Femi Fani-Kayode and Bashir Yuguda.

The IGP’s directive was contained in a wireless message dated November 4, 2020, and addressed virtually to all zonal Assistant Inspector-Generals (AIGs) and all state Commissioners of Police.

The letter with reference number CB/4001/IGP.SEC/ABJ/VOL.116/32 was signed by Idowu Owohunwa, the Principal Staff Officer to the IGP.

He, however, exempted the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan and Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, from the directive.

The sudden withdrawal is happening after President Muhammadu Buhari announced a reform of the police in Nigeria.

Nigerian youth had in October taken to the streets to protest against police brutality.

The protesters also demanded the immediate disbandment of the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) and the reform of the police.

The #EndSARS protests lasted for over two weeks and led to the death of at least 40 persons and destruction of lives and properties after it was hijacked by hoodlums who took advantage of a government crackdown.

WITHDRAW WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT

In the new directive, the IGP told his subordinates that he was aware that his previous order on the withdrawal of police officers was flouted.

“The attention of the inspector general of police has been drawn to the fact that the police personnel attached to the under listed corporate bodies and personalities are yet to be withdrawn in spite of extant directives to that effect.”

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The personalities and organisations listed include The Christ Embassy, Think Nigeria First Initiative, Uche Sylva International, Stanel Groups and KYC Holding.

Other persons on the list include; former Senator Lado Yakubu, Ambassador Yuguda Bashir, Uche Chukwu, Boroface Ajayi, Tokunbo Afikuyomi, Edozie Madu, David Adesanya, Chris Giwa, Godwin Ekpo and Pius Akinyelure.

“In line with the subsisting orders, the inspector general of police directs that you withdraw all the PMF, SPU, CTU or conventional police operatives attached to the above listed companies/individuals in any of their locations across the country with immediate effect.”

“It is the added directives of the inspector general of police that you submit a report confirming compliance and furnishing a detailed breakdown (by ranks/name) of all the personnel withdrawn from each of the corporate bodies/personalities as well as the location from where they are withdrawn from.”

“Your compliance report is to be submitted to the inspector general of police not later than Tuesday, 10th November 2020,” the IGP said.

AFFECTED PERSON REACTS

Reacting to the new directive, an individual who is affected by the order. stated that he has not been contacted and that he is not aware of the letter.

The individual, who asked not to be named, said he is ready to comply any time the police decide to withdraw the orderly attached to him.

“They gave me the protection, if it is their wish to withdraw, who am I to oppose it?” he said.

He also hoped that the withdrawal would be done across board without any fear or favour.

Read the full list of the affected persons below.

  1. Lado Yakubu

  2. Yuguda Bashir

  3. Think Nigeria First Initiative

  4. Uche Chukwu

  5. Boroface Ajayi

  1. C.N Ukachukwu

  2. Femi Fani-Kayode

  3. Nicholas Mutu

  4. Yahaya Audu

  5. Tokunbo Afikoyomi

  6. Apo Apartments, FCT Abuja

  7. Uche Sylva International

  8. Eddinho Nig Ltd Guinness

  9. Bashir Mohammed

  10. Mustapha Maihaja (Former NEMA DG)

  11. Suleiman Hassan, From Min of Environment

  12. Babachir Lawal (Former SGF)

  13. Nuel Ojei Holding Companies

  14. Magnus Abe

  15. Oriental Energy Resources

  16. Pius Akinyelure

  17. Christ Embassy

  18. Salini Nigeria Limited

  19. Ocean Marine (Chairman)

  20. RCC Nigeria Limited

  21. Association of Indigenous Contractors

  22. Sheiks and Bishops

  23. ECWA Academy

  24. BDA Group Ltd

  25. Amen Rochas

  26. Duru Mike Ejiogu

  27. Remi Christ Nwaagbo

  28. Ibrahim Msheila

  29. HRN ASARA – ASARA

  30. Jotandi Service

  31. HRN Chief Uche

  32. Curlew Express Limited

  33. Omale Emmanuel, Divine Hand of God

  34. Sunti Golden Sugar Estate

  35. Ibrahim Waya

  36. Musa Yakubu Management, Musaco Investment and Property Ltd

  37. KYC Holding

  38. Shina Peller

  39. Kebo links Int’l Ltd

  40. Builder Hub impact investment program

  41. Chris Giwa

  42. Godwin Ekpo

  43. Ochacho Real House Ltd

  44. Edozie Madu

  45. Olaide Musibau

  46. Onyeche Blessing

  47. Honorable Thomas

  48. Chukwuebuka Onuorah

  49. David Adesanya

  50. Joel Onowakpo

  51. Goddy Ogbaga

  52. Stanel Group

  53. Kaztec Engineering

  54. Emeka Offor

 

 

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