The President of the Centre for Human Rights and Anti-Corruption Crusade (CHURAC), E. Alaowei as at today, Sunday said that Deputy Commissioner of Police, Abba Kyari allegations in the involvement of money laundering in an International country has posed a huge threat to Nigeria’s International reputation.
This was embedded in a statement signed and given in a conversation as available by Alaowei.
The legal practitioner says: “The way the Government of Nigeria handles the matter will determine how our country will be valued amongst the committee of nations.”
However, The Nigeria Police Force Inspector General (NPF IG), has suspends Abba Kyari, while panel begins probe on his case.
According to him; “The police authorities should leave no stone unturned in investigating the matter and cooperate with the FBI if he is found culpable.
“The Federal Government has promised in many fora to partner with the international community to fight cybercrime and money laundering.
“Now is the time to prove the Government’s commitments in fighting corruption. Well, we await the corresponding responses from the Government.”