News on Withdrawal of Escorts From Politicians Fake, Says Ex-CP

A former Nigeria Police Force officer has debunked news circulating in viral memos saying the force has withdrawn Police escorts from politicians.

A former Mobile Squadron Commander, CP Mike Ademola, who is conversant with Police signals and memos, having led the Mobile Police before his retirement, said the document didn’t emanate from the Police authorities; hence it’s fake.

Also, the Force PRO, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, reacting to the viral memo, said the Force management team was meeting on Monday morning, where critical decisions will be taken.

Meanwhile, further checks showed that the mobile squadron commander has yet to withdraw personnel from the people mentioned in the viral memo as of Monday.

Part of the memo had named important personalities like former secretary to the government of the federation, Boss Mustapha, former governor of Ogun State, Gbenga Daniel, former Zamfara State governor, Muhammad Bello Matawalle, among others, as politicians whose Police escorts should be withdrawn.

Meanwhile, Ademola commended the acting IGP, Olukayode Egbetokun, for having the courage to initiate policies that would reform the Nigeria Mobile Police and bring back its lost glory.

He said with the initiatives; the IGP has set the Police ready for a better future.

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