Monday, 4 February 2013

Nigeria Police Force Declares Abdulrasheed Maina Wanted For Failure To Appear Before Senate

 The Nigeria Police Force has declared Abdulrsheed Maina of the Customs, Immigration and Prisons pension office wanted for failing to appear before the senate joint committee on the investigation of pension funds.

The force in a statement signed by its deputy public relations officer CSP Frank Mba and made available to Rhythm news said the Inspector General of police, Mohammed Abubakar, has directed all AIGs in charge of zonal commands and commissioners of police in charge of state commands to spread their drag nets to all nooks and crannies of their respective areas of jurisdiction.

He also directed all operatives of the Federal Intelligence Bureau, force and state CID to join the man hunt for Maina.

It would be recalled that the senate had on December 13, 2012 issued a warrant of arrest, mandating the IGP to arrest and produce Abdulrasheed Maina before its committee investigating the pension fund.

The police force however alleged that since then maina had gone into hiding, making it difficult for the force to execute the warrant.

The IG also appealed to citizens and the general public who may have useful information on Maina’s where about, to volunteer such information to the nearest police station, formation or email such to, for necessary action.

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