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Jonathan Orders IGP Ringim To Produce Christmas Day Bomber

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Jan 19, 2012 – Jonathan Orders IGP Ringim To Produce Escaped Boko Haram Detainee Or Face Dismissal Within 24 Hours

The Inspector-General of Police, Hafiz Ringim has been given 24 hours to produce escaped suspect, Kabiru Sokoto who disappeared in a questionable circumstance while in police custody or face sack.

Ringim was said to have waited for hours at the Aso Rock presidential villa to have an audience with the President, but he (Jonathan) refused to see him but would rather prefer him to channel his message through the Office of Minister of Police Affairs.

The police officers handling the case, CP Zakari Biu has been suspended by Ringim for gross negligence, and may be dismissed, and face criminal charges.

Zakari Biu, who was dismissed from the force during President Obasanjo’s regime for his involvement with Abacha’s reign of terror on NADECO activists, is said to have come from the same State and the wanted suspect and was reinstated back into the force after Obasanjo left power.

According to SaharaReporters, Biu was very bitter about the death of his son, Tahir Zakari Biu, an officer at the EFCC who was killed in the October 1, 2010 Independence Day bombing that claimed 27 lives in Abuja believed to be masterminded by Niger-Delta militants.



  1. Wale

    January 19, 2012 at 4:47 PM

    It is not surprising to see events likes this unfolding within the Nigeria Police Force. Federal government should make the IG Ringim pay heavily for gross misconduct including the traitor called Tahir Zakari Biu. I said the earlier that the entire Police Force had been overdue for restructure.

  2. gister

    January 19, 2012 at 8:59 PM

    The great wish of the IGP now will be the magic to fast track his date of retirement…. however if you can reach Aladin he will find a genie to help you get your sokoto broda back, but that is if you (IGP) really want him back because when you retire, Boko…. ha, they will be waiting…

  3. victor Benson

    January 21, 2012 at 10:15 PM

    It is the responsibility of the government to provide security to its citizens. This can only be achieved by more accountability and responsibility by police officers as their job role is crime prevention. However Boko’s repeatedly public attacks demonstrate a weakness in police organisation, and perhaps the recent escape of suspected Boko leader Kabiru from the custody evidence a poor leadership of the IGP and embedded corruption within the Nigerian police force. Therefore the IGP should resign as he cannot be trusted to secure, protect and prevent potential criminal activities against the citizens of Nigerians

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