I’m not aware of FBI’s request for extradition of Abba Kyari —- IGP

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The Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Usman Alkali Baba, has said he is not aware of any request for the extradition of Deputy Commissioner of Police, Abba Kyari.

The IGP, while speaking on the matter, said he was not in any way aware of any formal extradition request apart from what he read on social media.

Baba said his office had received the legal advice from the office of the Attorney-General of the Federation. “We are working on what to do next in terms of asking the officer to account for what we have gathered in the investigation and what we will do next.”

“But as for the extradition order, I have not received any, I’ve not heard of any. I’ve not heard about it formally but I have read about it on social media that there was an extradition request. I’ve not seen it, I’ve not heard it formally. That is one.

“Two, when this issue of Kyari started, we took our action by constituting a panel to look at the allegation that was made against the senior officer.

“The allegation was based on receiving gratification and also fraternizing with Hushpuppi and his group and even receiving some instructions and so forth.

“We looked into all these allegations by a committee that was set up chaired by a DIG (Deputy Inspector-General), we submitted our report to the office of SGF (Secretary to the Government of the Federation) for vetting and advice on the finding we have gotten from the investigation.”