LATEST: Politicians Planning to hurry Tinubu’s Inauguration, Police Launches Manhunt

LATEST: Politicians Planning to hurry Tinubu’s Inauguration, Police Launches Manhunt

LATEST: Politicians Planning to hurry Tinubu’s Inauguration, Police Launches Manhunt

The Nigeria Police said it has launched a manhunt against politicians who have vowed to scuttle the May 29 handover ceremony

The police chief noted specifically that officers are on standby to forestall any unwanted happening before, during and after the transition scheduled to hold at the end of the month

The Nigeria Police Force said it has commenced keeping tabs on the politicians who are hell-bent on scuttling the forthcoming Monday, May 29 inauguration of the president-elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

The Inspector-General of Police, Usman Alkali Baba, made this disclosure at a press briefing at Force Headquarters in Abuja on Monday, May 15.

Nigeria Police Force Baba said the operation was being carried out in collaboration with other security agencies, particularly intelligence officials.

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Police move against politicians plotting to scuttle Tinubu’s inauguration

The police boss explained that the development became imperative in order to tame subversive elements who had been trying to destabilize the peaceful environment currently being enjoyed in the country, Daily Trust reported.


“Following the successful conclusion of the 2023 General elections, it has been observed that some major political actors that the outcome did not favour, have been issuing public threats that are directed at instigating actions to frustrate the Presidential inauguration ceremony on 29th May, 2023.

“The Nigeria Police and the national intelligence community have been closely monitoring the activities of these political elites as well as other elements who have formed themselves into unpatriotic brands whose only fantasy, in recent times, is to subvert our national security interests,” the police chief said.

Cleric reveals what will happen to pastors against Tinubu’s inauguration

Bishop Kayode Williams, the renowned cleric and presiding bishop of the Christ Vessels of Grace Church Inc, has cautioned some clergymen against the inauguration of the president-elect, Bola Tinubu, scheduled for May 29.


The cleric urged fellow clergymen to desist from fanning the embers of war about the outcome of the 2023 general elections in the interest of the country.


Williams made the comment while reacting to the attack by the so-called religious leaders against Bola Tinubu, the president-elect.


‘You’re doing harms to Obi, Atiku’: Keyamo cautions those against Tinubu’s inauguration on May 29 earlier reported that Festus Keyamo, President Muhammadu Buhari’s minister of state for labour and employment, has revealed why Tribunal would not decide the presidential election petition before it before May 29.

According to the minister, it was the petitioners that needed more time to justify their case in court as against the calls in some quarters.

In a veiled response to Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi of the PDP and Labour Party, Keyamo said this was the petitioner had 21 days to file its case, and the defendant has 14 days to respond.

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