This is a column by Ken Henshaw, Executive Director of We The People. WITTY THOUGHT is a brisk review of situations in Nigeria with the intent to revive social consciousness.
With this Abba Kyari drug revelation, it is obvious that despite his indictment by the United State FBI for being a member of the Hushpupi gang, and the announcement that he had been suspended, the man was still very active in the Police.
He still had a squad he commanded, he still operated freely, conducted raids, and took bribes.
The IG of Police has questions to answer.
But come to think about it, now that he has domestic drug charges against him, will the Nigerian Government still extradite him to face trial in the US?
What if this is a strategy to divert attention and divert his extradition …
This view is strictly mine.
NOTE: Opinions expressed in this article are strictly attributable to the author, Ken Henshaw, and do not represent the opinion of CrossRiverWatch or any other organization the author works for/with.
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