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About 30 Senior Police Officers retired in 2016, on Monday, dragged President Muhammadu Buhari, the Attorney-General of the Federation, AGF, and the Inspector-General of Police, IGP, before the National Industrial Court, NIC, sitting in Abuja, over alleged illegal retirement.
The plaintiffs through their Counsel, J.U Pius, are challenging their retirement, on the ground that the force was ‘influenced’ to retire them.
The plaintiffs are seeking the powers of the court, to interpret certain parts of the Constitution binding on the Police Service Commission, and its retirement processes.
They alleged that the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, while in an acting capacity, wrote to the Presidency to retire 30 Senior Officers, from the rank of Assistant Inspector-General of Police.
Recall, that the case came up when Buhari had on Friday, traveled to London on a medical vacation.

When the matter came up for mention on Monday, Counsel to the plaintiffs told the court that all defendants in the suit were duly served notices on August 16, 2016, to appear in court, but failed to enter appearance. He however, prayed the court for an adjourned date to hear the substantive matter.
The presiding Judge, Justice Rakiya Hasstrup, after going through the records, discovered that only the first defendant, the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, was served notice.
The court later adjourned the case till February 22, for further mention, but however, ordered that notices be duly served on all five defendants in the suit before the next adjourned date.
Idris had on resumption in office, allegedly wrote the Presidency through the Chief of Staff, Abba Kyari, recommending the retirement of Senior Police Officers.
It was also reported then that he hinged the decision, on the fact that he could not work with them, because they were his seniors.
Some of the affected AIGs are: Bala A. Hassan, Yahaya Garba Ardo, Irmiya F. Yarima, Danladi Y. Mshebwala, Tambari Y.Mohammed, Bala Magaji Nasarawa, Musa Abdulsalam, Adisa Bolanta, Mohammed J Gana, Umaru Abubakar Manko, Lawal Tanko, and Olufemi A. Adenike.
Also affected are: Johnson A. Ogunsakin, Adenrele T. Shinaba, James O. Caulcric, Olufemi David Ogunbayode, Edgar T Nanakumo, Kalafite H. Adeyemi, Patrick D. Dokumor, Mbu Joseph Mbu, and Sabo Ibrahim Ringim. The Police stated that the matter is before the legal department.

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