Zonal police PRO Dolapo Badmus slams critics over viral video of IGP

Zonal police PRO Dolapo Badmus slams critics over viral video of IGP

Following the reports of a doctored video of Nigeria's Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, stammering to read, Zonal PPRO Dolapo Badmus, in a new post shared on her IG page, said anyone who uses a doctored video to judge the IGP, is delusional.

NAIJ.com had earlier reported that a video of IGP Idris, purportedly struggling to read in front of an audience in Kano state surfaced online. It was gathered that Idris had stammered and repeated words several times during the speech.

As a loyal comrade, Badmus came to his defense by maintaining her loyalty is to the IGP, adding that if a doctored video is the only reason, to say that a gallant and hardworking IGP is not brilliant then you are delusional.

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Read her post below:

"My allegiance is to Federal Republic of Nigeria and my loyalty to the Inspector General of Police!!! I maintain it, if a video doctored by some set of criminals probably under investigation is the only reason you have, to say that a gallant and hardworking IGP is not brilliant then you are delusional! I say it again and now louder!!! I AM PROUD OF MY IGP!!! God bless NPF, God bless Federal Republic of Nigeria, God bless."

”If a doctored video is the only reason you have to say the IGP is not brilliant, then you are delusional” – PPRO Dolapo Badmus says

In a previous report by NAIJ.com, the Kano police command dismissed reports that it has launched a manhunt for the journalist who released a trending video where the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris, was portrayed fumbling to read a speech.

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The command in a press statement signed by Magaji Musa Majia, the police spokesperson in the state on Saturday, May 19, described the alleged manhunt for the journalist as false, Vanguard reports.

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