FOR his refusal to appear before the Senate at plenary for the third time in two weeks to speak on the spate of killings across the country and the inhuman treatment of Senator Dino Melaye, APC, APC, Kogi West, the Senate, Wednesday passed a vote of no confidence on the Inspector- General of Police, IGP, Ibrahim Idris, saying he is not fit to hold any office, both home and abroad.
According to the Senate, his persistent refusal to appear before the lawmakers at plenary having been invited severally, was a great danger to the nation’s democracy.
This was disclosed on Wednesday by Senate President Bukola Saraki at the end of a closed-door session that started 12.25 and ended 1.15pm to brainstorm on the next line of action following the action of the Police boss.
Vanguard however gathered that at the closed-door session, the Senate resolved to grant the Police boss persona non grata by writing international community, embassies, Nigeria international partners and the Interpol that he is not okay for his present position.
This is real danger to our democracy