We Will Shutdown Nigeria If CP Abba Kyari Is Extradited To USA - Arewa Youths Threaten Nigeria
Mijovia News Update, 2nd August, 2021.
The Arewa Youth Consultative Forum, (AYCF) has threatened to shut down Nigeria should anything happen to fraudulent Head of the Police Intelligence Response Team (IRT) DCP Abba Kyari. Abba Kyari has been suspended by the Police Service Commission (PSC) following his indictment by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) over fraud and money laundering allegations.
The AYCF, in a statement signed by the National Coordinator, Yerima Shettima and seen by Mijovia News, declared that “nothing must happen to decorated officer, Abba Kyari,in the wake of his indictment by the Federal Bureau of Investigation,” or they will crumble the country.
The group described Kyari’s current travails as “the attempted intimidation of a police officer right inside his independent fatherland.”
It also rejected the “purported plans to arrest DCP Kyari,” describing the move by the FBI as “totally unacceptable, a slap on the sensibility of our compatriots and a ridicule on one of our finest crack detectives.”
The AYCF hereby warns the FBI and all those trying to rubbish the good works of DCP Abba Kyari that we will resist such attempts with everything within our powers.
“We are keeping taps on the happenings in the matter as there is no justification for singling out one of Nigeria’s most effective and efficient police officers for castigation.
“We are calling all Nigerians who are truly patriotic to stand behind a man who has made an unrivalled mark on the sands of time by diligently serving his fatherland.
“We also call on relevant stakeholders in the country, especially civil society organizations, to rally round this officer who risked his life in multiple operations across Nigeria, a fact proved many times through BBC news coverage of such operations.
“While we are conscious of our sovereignty as a nation, we demand justice for a man with unrivalled records of detective capabilities in the recent history of Nigeria”, the group said.