IGP Idris attends INTERPOL conference in Singapore

IGP Idris attends INTERPOL conference in Singapore

- IGP Ibrahim Idris among other delegates, attend INTERPOL conference in Singapore

- The IGP pays a visit to the Nigerian high commission in Singapore

The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris, has attended an INTERPOL conference in Singapore.

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The INTERPOL is an intergovernmental organization facilitating international police cooperation.

During his visit to Singapore, Idris, also paid a courtesy visit to the acting high commissioner of Nigeria to Singapore, Hajiya Zainab Zakari-Awami.

See photos of the IGP's visit to Singapore below:

IGP Idris attends INTERPOL conference in Singapore (photos)

Ibrahim Idris in the company of acting high commissioner of Nigeria to Singapore, Hajiya Zainab Zakari-Awami. Photo credit: Facebook - Nigeria Police Force

IGP Idris attends INTERPOL conference in Singapore (photos)

Ibrahim Idris among other delegates at the conference in Singapore. Photo credit: Facebook - Nigeria Police Force

IGP Idris attends INTERPOL conference in Singapore (photos)

Ibrahim Idris at the conference in Singapore. Photo credit: Facebook - Nigeria Police Force

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IGP Idris attends INTERPOL conference in Singapore (photos)

Ibrahim Idris conversing with a delegate at the conference in Singapore. Photo credit: Facebook - Nigeria Police Force

IGP Idris attends INTERPOL conference in Singapore (photos)

Ibrahim Idris at the Nigerian commission in Singapore. Photo credit: Facebook - Nigeria Police Force

IGP Idris attends INTERPOL conference in Singapore (photos)

Ibrahim Idris at the Nigerian commission in Singapore. Photo credit: Facebook - Nigeria Police Force

IGP Idris attends INTERPOL conference in Singapore (photos)

The Nigerian delegation at the conference in Singapore. Photo credit: Facebook - Nigeria Police Force

Lagos state commissioner of police Galadanshi Dasuki told newsmen that the police was not in a hurry to release Evans in spite of calls from different quarters to do so

But Moshood while speaking to Premium Times said not all news regarding Evans from the media should be believed and taken as truth by Nigerians.

He said the police are still investigating, including criminal cases involving the suspect in Ghana and other African countries.

While explaining that the police would do everything within its capacity to ensure proper investigation and prosecution of the suspect, Mr Moshood noted that the police have no power over the decision of the court on the case.

In the video below, NAIJ.com TV asked some Nigerian’s what they think should be done to alleged kidnap kingpin, Chukwudubem Onwuamadike popularly known as Evans.

Source: Naija.ng

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