- Isah Misau has been accused of being used by some cabals to tarnish President Buhari's image
- A group, Concerned Democrats of Conscience, says tarnishing the image of the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris is a grand scheme to get back at the president
- The group accused senator Isah Misau of using blatant lies to achieve the cabal's aim
Isah Misau, the APC senator representing Bauchi central at the Senate has been accused by Concerned Democrats of Conscience (CDC) of being used by a cabal in the senate to tarnish the image of the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris.
The group said that tarnishing the IGP's image is part of a scheme to blackmail President Muhammadu Buhari.
Alhaji Ibrahim Modibbo, the national president disclosed this in Abuja on Tuesday, October 10 at the end of the organisation’s 40th extra-ordinary meeting.
Modibbo said it was unfortunate that Senator Misau could use his privileged position to rubbish the police as an institution, Daily Trust reports.
“We are concerned at the recent development in the National Assembly where a cabal is desperately embarking on character assassination, blatant lies and outright falsehood to discredit loyal appointees of the president as a final onslaught to launch a vicious war against the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.
“They are not happy with the reforms introduced by the IGP Ibrahim Idris, as such policies and programmes have stepped on big toes and ruffled some feathers of some perceived untouchables, hence the deliberate effort to break the defence line of the president with a view to leaving him vulnerable to the vagaries of political opponents and unrepentant critics,” Modibbo said.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that the war between Nigeria’s senator, Isah Hamman Misau, and the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Idris Ibrahim, took a major turn on the floor of the Senate on Wednesday.
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While senators deliberated on issues relating to the law enforcement agency as well as the bribery allegation against Idris, Misau told his colleagues that the police boss had flouted the ethics of the agency.
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