Nigeria ex-police Chief, Arase parries question on insecurity

Nigeria ex-police Chief, Arase parries question on insecurity

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A former Inspector-General of police, Mr. Solomon Arase, has declined comment on the plague of insecurity, which has put millions of Citizens at risk in the aftermath of the nationwide #EndSARS protest in Nigeria.

PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI PRESENTING A PAQUE TO MR. SOLOMON ARASE, FORMER INSPECTOR-GENERAL OF POLICE. Twitter

SARS is the acronym for Special Anti-Robbery Squad, a unit of the Nigeria Police that was recently disbanded by the government.

He dropped the hint on the sideline of the 50th Founder’s Day and Anniversary Celebration of the University of Benin (UNIBEN).

He commended the governor of Edo State, Mr. Godwin Obaseki style of governance in the State.

According to Arase, “Nothing. I think the Governor is taking care”.

Arase hails from Edo State, served as the 18th IGP. He was appointed IGP in 2015 by former President Goodluck Jonathan in April 2015 and retired on June 21, 2016.

He replaced his predecessor, Mr. Suleiman who was sacked.

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