Following the reports of a doctored video of the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, the Lagos Zonal PPRO Dolapo Badmus, has said anyone who uses a doctored video to judge the IGP wrongly, is delusional.
”My allegiance is to Federal Republic of Nigeria and my loyalty to the Inspector General of Police!!! ???????????? I maintain it, if a video doctored by some set of criminals probably under investigation is the only reason you have, to say that a gallant and hardworking IGP is not brilliant then you are delusional! I say it again and now louder!!! I AM PROUD OF MY IGP!!! God bless NPF, God bless Federal Republic of Nigeria, God bless @opetodolapo . #protectiveservice#supercop #policeisyourfriend#loyaltyiskey?#saysomethingnicetono1coporbeblocked#thankyousomuch”
Dolapo Badmus had earlier taken to Instagram to write on the achievements of the Inspector General of Police to enlighten Nigerians the more about the capability of the IGP to not only run the Nigerian Police Force, but also give a well understandable account of himself.
She had written:
I’m so proud of my IGP, a man with two degrees! PERSONAL PROFILE OF IGP IBRAHIM KPOTUN IDRIS. Inspector-General of Police Ibrahim Kpotun Idris, mni was born in Bida, Niger State on 15th January 1959.
He attended St. Paul Primary School Sokoto and Government Secondary School Farfaru Sokoto.
He bagged two University Degrees: Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Economics from the Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, and an LLB (Honours) in Law from University of Maiduguri.
Enlisted into the Nigeria Police Force as ASP Cadet in 1984.
He served subsequently as
– Divisional Crime Officer and Traffic Officer in Gusau Division in the present Zamfara State from January, 1986 to March, 1987,
– Police Mobile Force in April 1987. He later served in the Police Mobile Force (PMF) for Seventeen years, from April 1987 to 31st January 2004.
IGP Ibrahim K. Idris, mni led a contingent of Nigerian Police Officers to United Nation Mission in Liberia on 1st February 2004 and was later seconded by the Nigerian Government to the United Nations in March 2005, where he served as Mission Police Operation Coordinator from February 2004 to October 2008, and was later deployed from there as the Deputy Police Commissioner in-charge of Operations in United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor Leste (UNMIT), from October 2008 to March 2011.
He was the Director, International Peace Keeping Office at the Nigeria Police Force Headquarters from 11th April 2011 to 6th July 2011, and served as Commissioner of Police Kano State Command from 7th July 2011 to 16th February 2013. After his course in NIPSS, Mr. Ibrahim was posted to Nasarawa State as the Commissioner of Police from February 2014 to September 2014. From there he was posted to Nigeria Police Force Headquarters as the Commissioner of Police, Police Mobile Force in September 2014.
The UN Secretary General appointed Mr. Ibrahim as a Police Commissioner in UNAMID, in Darfur. This is the 1st time a Nigerian Police officer is clinching a B2 position for any UN mission in the world. However, the offer was declined to enable him contribute his quarter in ensuring peace and stability immediately during and after the 2015 general elections.