IGP gets 7-days ultimatum over Senator Andy Uba's certificate forgery case



- The inspector general of police Ibrahim Idris is currently under
pressure to investigate the certificate forgery against the Senator Andy
uba
- A civil society organization gave the IGP a seven-day ultimatum to
begin a full scale investigation and prosecution of Uba
- The CSO said it will be compelled to approach a court if the call is
neglected by the police
The inspector general of police Ibrahim Idris is currently under pressure to
investigate the certificate forgery against the senator representing Anambra
South Senatorial District Andy Uba.
A civil society organization gave the IGP a seven-day ultimatum to begin a
full scale investigation and prosecution of Uba over a certificate forgery
allegation against him.
The group Advocates for Peace and Effective Justice Development
Initiative (APEJDI) in a letter dated June 1, 2017, said it will be compelled
to approach a court if the call is neglected.
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APEJDI in its letter signed by the national coordinator of the group
Maxwell Alaeto said he is yet to understand why the IGP is delaying police
investigation against uba.
Alaeto said: "It is obvious that you have refused to carry out your
statutory obligations provided for in the 1999 Nigerian Constitution and
under the Police Act.
"We are ready to avail your office with the necessary results and
documents forged by Senator Nnamdi Uba, if you request for same during
investigation," Alaeto state.
A civil society organization gave the IGP a seven-day
ultimatum to begin a full scale investigation and prosecution
of Uba

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