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Monday, 24 October 2016

Police Recover 19 cars, SUVs From Ex-IG Arase

The Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, has ordered an investigation into the purchase and distribution of vehicles by his predecessors.





It was gathered that the probe was informed by the discovery that retiring officers, including former  IGs and Deputy Inspectors-General of Police, were in the habit of appropriating police vehicles for their personal use.

Findings by our correspondent on Sunday show that the probe, which is being handled by the Special Investigation Panel, had identified and recovered 19 police vehicles from former IG, Solomon Arase.

Some of the vehicles include assorted sedans, Sports Utility Vehicles and pick-up vans.
The vehicles, it was learnt, were apart from the four vehicles he was entitled to take away with him on retirement.

A senior officer, who is familiar with the investigation, said the SIP was still working to recover five additional vehicles from the former police boss.
It was learnt that the SIP, headed by Assistant Inspector-General of Police, Ali Amodu, (retd.), had also recovered a number of police vehicles from other retired DIGs.

The recovered vehicles were said to have been distributed to newly promoted Commissioners of Police and AIGs.
The source said, “We are making progress in our investigations. We were able to trace 24 vehicles to the former IG and we have recovered 19 already. He has yet to release the remaining five, but we won’t let up until we recover all the vehicles. We have pictures of the vehicles and they have been documented, so he can’t deny it, the recovery is a fact.”

Arase had earlier denied taking away 24 vehicles when his successor, Idris, made the allegation during an interview with journalists on July 18, 2016, shortly after he assumed office.

Idris had further alleged that the seven DIGs, who retired alongside Arase, also carted away between seven and eight cars each.
Arase, however, denied the allegations of his successor, saying he did not go away with any police vehicle.

He said, “What am I going to do with 24 cars? Do I want to open a car shop? This is a malicious accusation. There are ways of verifying issues rather than engaging in media propaganda.”

Arase said all vehicles bought by the police under him were distributed to the state commands and other appropriate units of the Nigeria Police Force.

punch report.



24 comments:

  1. Hmm no one is actually a saint

    Good morning Stella dkoko

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  2. Corruption even in the police. Smh

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    1. Why are you talking like this nah? That's where corruption lives after politicians

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    2. Abril u are funny.. is dvpolice force not the father of corruption? Everyone knows that

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  3. everybody is a thief... the greater thieves are those who don't get caught

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  4. Perhaps, e wanted to open a fast and furious driving school with all these vehicles he 'kwarupted' away.

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  5. Greed!!!

    And I thought he was different from the lots.

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  6. 19 vehicles recovered from one person? Does he want to open a car dealership?

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  7. ...and the probe cycle continues.

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  8. Lol.... buhari.

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  9. They should check for other things I'd need be. One person, 19 cars.

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  10. Equivalent of an armed robber or evwn a thief. They are fast in reporting the number of vehicles recovered from thieves. Now his own is the order of the day.

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  11. Like seriously???*mouth open* Was thinking that this man is a saint oo..you need to see the way he's always been hailed in one radio program almost every morning while he was in office Fa! Hmmmmmmmmm

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  12. OMG! What is he doing with 19 cars? I am not sure MayWeather has up to 19 cars.

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  13. Arase na wa for you. You could not gift me one of the cars.

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  14. Like police, like every other area of government agency in Nigeria. The big MAN works for 35 years and goes home on his retirement day with all the official and unofficial vehicle in his care, a hefty severance package, his gratuity and his fisrt month pension all handed to him before he leaves for his house. An ordinary citizen works for 35 years and retires empty handed. He leaves for his house with only his Biro and asked to wist for eternity to be paid gratuity before the issue of pension is discussed. Some tines, the wait outlives the man.

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  15. ****Like police, like every other area of government agency in Nigeria. The big MAN works for 35 years and goes home on his retirement day with all the official and unofficial vehicles in his care, a hefty severance package, his gratuity and his fisrt month pension all handed to him before he leaves for his house. An ordinary citizen works for 35 years and retires empty handed. He leaves for his house with only his Biro and asked to wait for eternity to be paid gratuity before the issue of pension is discussed. Some times, the wait outlives the man.*****

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