Inspector General Of Police Loses In Court – Details

Inspector General Of Police Loses In Court – Details

Justice Abba-Bello Muhammad of the FCT High Court, Jabi, on Tuesday dismissed the suit filed by the Inspector-General of Police, Mr Ibrahim Idris, alleging violation of his fundamental human rights by the Senate.

The judge said that the suit lacked merit. Joined in the suit are the Senate President, Sen. Isah Misau and members of the ad-hoc committee that heard complaints of financial misappropriation leveled against the Police.

The judge said that the I-G failed to establish the element that constituted infringement on his fundamental human rights as he alleged against the Senate.
His right has not been infringed to require the court’s intervention, inviting the applicant is a mere invitation to shed more light on the allegations leveled against him. More so, the Police Act also empowers the Police to carry out investigation about itself which the Police was already doing as at the time the allegations were raised.

The IG had approached the court seeking a declaration that the investigative activities of the Senate Ad-Hoc Committee breached his rights as the Head of the Police Force. He also sought for a declaration that his invitation to appear before the ad-hoc committee based on Sen. Misau’s petition was also a violation of his rights.

Source – Daily Post

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