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FBI Submits Evidence Against Super Cop Abba Kyari To Nigerian Police

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FBI Submits Evidence Against Super Cop Abba Kyari To Nigerian Police

The Federal Bureau of Investigation, FBI has submitted evidence against DCP Abba Kyari to the Nigerian Police Force, ABN TV has learned.

In a statement issued on Monday, signed by force PRO, Frank Mba, the NPF acknowledged receiving documents from the FBI detailing Kyari’s crimes.

The statement revealed that the documents provided will assist a special panel setup by IGP Usman Alkali to properly investigate Kyari.

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“The IGP further noted that the suspension is also expected to create an enabling environment for the NPF Special Investigation Panel to carry out its investigations into the weighty allegations against DCP Abba Kyari without interference. ”

“The suspension is without prejudice to the constitutional presumption of innocence in favour of the officer.”

“The Special Investigation Panel (SIP), comprising four (4) Senior Police Officers, is headed by DIG Joseph Egbunike, the Deputy Inspector General of Police in-charge of the Force Criminal Investigations Department (FCID).”

“The SIP, inter alia, is to undertake a detailed review of all the allegations against DCP Abba Kyari by the US Government as contained in relevant documents that have been availed the NPF by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).”

“The SIP is also to obtain a detailed representation of DCP Abba Kyari to all the allegations levelled against him, conduct further investigations as it deems fit, and submit recommendations to guide further actions by the Force Leadership on the matter.”, the statement read.

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