NDLEA Reveals Why They Can’t Parade Abba Kyari

NDLEA Reveals Why They Can't Parade Abba Kyari

NDLEA Reveals Why They Can’t Parade Abba Kyari

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has explained the reason why they won’t parade suspended former Commander of the Nigeria Police Force’s Intelligence Response Team (IRT), Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Abba Kyari.

Director of Media and Advocacy, NDLEA, Femi Babafemi, stated in a series of posts on Sunday, stated that the agency cannot parade Abba Kyari over drug trafficking claims, becuase it is not part of the agency norms and customs

The NDLEA, according to Babafemi, only releases images and videos of a few recoveries and suspects. According to him, The NDLEA, only published photos and videos of some recoveries and suspects.

Babafemi said: ”A lot of people are mixing things up here. We do not parade suspects. We have never paraded any suspects. That is the truth. I have never brought any suspects before newsmen.

“What we do most times is that when we issue a statement on our activities, we select some pictures of the exhibits, sometimes with the suspects there, just to show the public because we have a very cynical society that even with pictures, still, a number of people would say it is not possible.

“So, you sometimes need pictures or videos to support the statement you are issuing out so that people can actually see and believe that.

“Beyond that, some of these things also serve as deterrents to would-be offenders or those who are already in such line of criminality so that they can see that one day they can also be caught.”

Babafemi went on to say that the allegations leveled against Abba Kyari are not intended to prevent his extradition to the United States.

I would love to state that the NDLEA did not file charges against these individuals just yesterday.

“The charges were filed against them since February 28, 2022. The matter has been assigned to a judge and the suspects are due for arraignment in court on March 7, before Court 8 of the Federal High Court in Abuja.

“This is to correct the insinuation that probably the NDLEA rushed to court to go and file charges after extradition charges were filed against one of the key suspects.

“In our case, we have charged seven persons, not just an individual alone. This is to correct the impression so that people would not keep reading unnecessary meaning into certain actions by the agency.”

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