Controversial Former Rivers State Commissioner, Mbu Joseph Mbu and former Head of the Special Fraud Unit, Johnson Ogunsakin, were among the 21 Assistant Inspectors General of Police retired on Friday from the Force.
The announcement of their retirement was made by the Police Service Commission.
According to its spokesman, the AIGs were retired because they were senior in standing to the recently appointed Acting Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris.
The statement said: “The Police Service Commission has approved the retirement of 21 […]
It was reported that the Assistant Inspector General of Police, Zone 2 (Lagos and Ogun) Police Command, Joseph Mbu, has denied the allegation of torture made against him by a foreign exchange dealer, Alhaji Suleiman Yerima.
Mbu said the allegation was an attempt by the suspect to divert attention from his group’s alleged fraudulent activities.
Yerima had alleged that Mbu instructed a Deputy Superintendent of Police, Ibrahim Dantoro, to dip his face into a bucket of water-a form of torture known as […]
Newsmen reported that the Federal High Court in Lagos yesterday dismissed a suit filed by a Lagos lawyer, Tope Alabi asking it to declare Assistant Inspector-General of Police (AIG) Mbu Joseph Mbu’s office vacant and order his replacement for allegedly abusing his powers.
The trial judge, Justice Ibrahim Buba in his judgement on the matter held that no court in Nigeria could declare the office of an officer of the rank of AIG vacant, rather it was the duty of the […]
Report gathered that, a Federal High Court in Lagos on Thursday ordered the service of court papers on the Police Service Commission in Abuja in a suit seeking declaration that an Assistant Inspector General of Police, Mr. Joseph Mbu, is unfit to remain a police officer of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
The ex parte application for leave of court to serve the PSC outside of jurisdiction was brought before Justice Ibrahim Buba by a Lagos-based lawyer, Mr. Femi Falana (SAN).
Report gathered that the motion on the alleged disrespectful conduct and utterances of the Assistant Inspector-General of Police, Zone II Command, Joseph Mbu, on Tuesday divided members of the House of Representatives along party lines.
An All Progressives Congress member, Alo Madaki, had moved a motion asking the House to “condemn” Mbu for alleged violations of the 1999 Constitution and showing “disrespect for the rule of law.”
Madaki recalled that Mbu recently directed officers and men under his command to “disregard any […]