Inspector General of Police Disowns Controversial Joseph Mbu

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There is a secret plot to make CP Joseph Mbu or a DIG from the South-South who was promoted three times in four years, the new Inspector General of Police. But sources in Abuja told OluFamous.Com that the secret have been exposed to many Senators and they are ready to frustrate the Presidency’s selfish agenda.

Are you surprise that CP Joseph Mbu don’t consult with the office of the IGP M.D. Abubakar before taking some critical decisions? That is the genesis of his “too much power”, my source added.

But the current IGP is on top of the situation. IGP Abubakar on Tuesday disowned the FCT Commissioner of Police, Mbu Joseph Mbu, who announced an illegal ban on all peaceful protests in Abuja.


IGP Abubakar described Mbu’s order as mere “advisory notice” and enjoined citizens to apply caution in their rallies as no one will be allowed to molest them under any guise.

According to Police spokesman, Frank Mba, the Inspector General of Police reassures Nigerians of the police commitment to the protection of lives and property and the advancement of democracy.

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One Reply to “Inspector General of Police Disowns Controversial Joseph Mbu”

  1. I think that it does not help matters mikang threats at this time especially those who reside outside Port Harcourt and who may not be in the true picture of the goings-on in Rivers state. I think that Nigeria has had enough of these power-plays from those at the corridors of power at both the Federal and the Rivers state governments. It is my considered opinion that all must sheath their their swords now and join hands to proffer solutions to the current impasse. Making threats to any of the political gladiators can never resolve the issues at stake rather a systematic, critical and unbiased study of the situations will certainly go a long way to restoring peace and normalcy to the polity. I suggest therefore that we patriotically proffer solutions to saving our nationhood rather than continuing to make threats that can only further inflame the status quo. Remember the saying that when elephants fight, the grass suffers. Lets please consider the low masses that will suffer when those of you mighty ones sneeze. May God save and help Nigeria!

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