Kyari was Discreetly Recalled by the Inspector-General of Police

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Kyari was Discreetly Recalled by the Inspector-General of Police

FastNews reports that contrary to popular belief, the police have not returned former Intelligence Response Team Commander Abba Kyari, who has been suspended since July 31 following his indictment by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

This online news learned that according to sources, Kyari was discreetly recalled by the Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba. However, police sources verified that the deputy commissioner of police remains suspended.

Kyari was being investigated for reportedly having a relationship with Abbas Ramon, also known as Hushpuppi, a suspected Internet scammer.

According to the FBI, Kyari conspired with Hushpuppi to swindle a Qatari businessman of $1.1 million.

On Thursday, while speaking with a State House journalist in Abuja, the IGP stated that Kyari had been questioned and that the police were working closely with the Secretary to the Government of the Federation and the Attorney General of the Federation to impose the proper sentence on Kyari.

He also explained that the panel constituted to investigate the case had submitted its report to the SGF, Boss Mustapha, for vetting and advice on the findings.

According to him, the police had only recently received feedback from the SGF and were contemplating their next step.

The IG said, “I have not received any extradition request formally. But I have read from other places that there was an extradition request. I’ve not seen it and that is one.

“Two, when this issue of Kyari started, we took our own action by constituting a panel to look at the allegations that were made against the senior officer.

“The allegations were based on fraternizing with Hushpuppi and even receiving some series of instructions on extrajudicial torture and so on. We looked into all these allegations via the committee that was set up by the DIG and we submitted our report to the SGF on the findings of our investigation.

“We just received the legal advice from the office of the Attorney General on what to do next in terms of asking the officer to account for what we have gathered in the course of our investigation.”

The force spokesman, Frank Mba, could not be reached for comment on Saturday.

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