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The Northern Youth Association of Nigeria (NYAN) has passed a vote of confidence on the Inspector General of Police, IGP Kayode Egbetokun.

The group in a press conference held in Bauchi on Tuesday, urged President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to disregard any call for his sack

President of NYAN, Comrade Godiya T Adams, said the attention of the group was drawn to the news making rounds for the sack of the IGP.

Adams described them as “a group of unpatriotic and disgruntled individuals asking President Tinubu for the sack of the IGP,” adding that their action was malicious, selfish and self centered.

Adams opined that such individuals should be called to order, saying their action undermines the effort of the IGP to bring the Nigerian Police to global reckoning.

“We are aware of the irregularities and corruptions perpetrated by this elements of retrogressive character in the conduct of the recruitment processes of citizens into the Nigerian Police,” the group’s President noted

“The only crime of the IGP was to reject such fouled processes, as Nigerians, we want to assure the IGP that we are solidly behind him on this as thing must been done in the proper way.

“There have been positives with the Nigerian Police under the stewardship of IGP Kayode Egbetokun and Nigerians are very happy with the way the Police have conducted themselves in the discharge of their duties.

“We urge the IGP to remain focused on giving Nigerians the best police/citizens relationship as these individuals might stop at nothing to tarnish his hard reputation as a police chief of impeccable antecedents.

“We call on Mr President to constitute a panel of investigation that will properly look into these allegations of misconduct and corruption that had mar the recruitment process and bring defaulters to book.
We cannot seat back and watch a few selfish individuals dash our renewed hope.

“Nigeria is on track to greatness under President Tinubu and we cannot allow anyone or groups truncate such progress, our voices will always be loud”

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