Breaking: Police IG Idris snubs Nigerian Senate again

Breaking: Police IG Idris snubs Nigerian Senate again

- Nigeria's inspector-general of police has failed to honour an invitation by the senate once again

- IG Idris was first summoned on April 25 to answer questions on the arrest of Senator Dino Melaye, and killings across the country

- The lawmakers are currently deliberating on next line of action

Ibrahim Idris, the inspector-general of police has failed to honour an invitation to appear before the Senate for the third time.

The police boss who was first summoned on April 25 was invited to answer questions on the arrest of Senator Dino Melaye, and killings across the country.

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Recall that Idris accompanied President Muhammadu Buhari to Bauchi state the first time he was invited to appear before the lawmakers and the second time, he went to Birin Gwari, Kaduna state, on a working visit.

Premium Times reports that Senate president Saraki announced his non-appearance after some minutes of wait to allow him into the chamber.

“I’ve just been informed that the IG or any member of his team are not here,” he said.

The news outlet reports further that the lawmakers are currently deliberating on next line of action.

Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Kpotum Idris, on Wednesday, May 2, snubbed the Nigerian Senate yet again.

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The police boss is currently in Kaduna state. The Senate had summoned IGP Idris to appear before it over the recent killings and security situation across the country.

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