Senator Shehu Sani representing Kaduna Central at the National Assembly has advised the new Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu not to be partisan.
The lawmaker in his advice to the new police boss, urged him to respect fundamental rights of Nigerians, the rule of law and take orders from the constitution.
Adamu was decorated as acting IGP, yesterday, January 15th at the State House in Abuja by the Commander in Chief and Nigeria’s number one citizen, Muhammadu Buhari – Assisted by former IGP Idris Ibrahim, who retired yesterday from service at the age of 60.
Shehu Sani also advice Adamu to go after Bandits, Armed Herdsmen, Militia, Cultists, Kidnappers and not critics. He also urged him to reduce the number of your men protecting elites & redeploy them to protect the masses.
In his words:
My advice to the new IG;Respect fundamental rights and the rule of law; take orders from the constitution;Be not partisan;Go after Bandits,Armed Herdsmen,Militia,Cultists,Kidnappers & not critics;Reduce the number of your men protecting elites & redeploy them to protect the masses;Upgrade your colleges;Obey lawful summons,protect peaceful protesters and Spread not butter with a machete.