Usman Baba, the Inspector-General of Police, was given a three-month prison sentence for defying a court order on Tuesday by Justice Mobolaji Olajuwon of the Federal High Court in Abuja.
The decision, according to Justice Olajuwon, who gave the ruling, was the result of a lawsuit brought by Patrick Okoli, a former police officer, who claimed he was forcibly and illegally retired from the Nigeria Police Force.
BREAKING: Court sentences IGP to 3 months in prison.
Mr/Mrs, or He/she Usman Alkali Baba a nomadic Fulani terrorist in police uniform has been baptised with audio three months in prison for disobeying a valid court order. Fulani terrorist don’t have law pic.twitter.com/I6LodB7rKE
— Nwede Amos (@NwedeAmos042) November 29, 2022
More About Usman Baba
Alkali is a native of Yobe State, Nigeria’s Geidam. From Teachers College in Potiskum, Yobe State, he got a Teacher’s Grade II Certificate in 1980. After earning his degree in political science from Bayero University Kano in 1985, he continued his education at the University of Maiduguri, where he earned his master’s in public administration in 1997. Baba participated in National Defense College’s course 22/2014 in 2014. NCE Computer Science/Mathematics Education (2019) + IJMB Science: Physics, Chemistry, and Biology (SURAJO SHUAIBU HARUNA) (2021)
Muhammadu Buhari, the president of Nigeria, chose Baba to succeed Mohammed Adamu, who retired from the Nigeria Police Force in February 2021, on April 6, 2021. He served as a deputy inspector general of police, force criminal investigation department, and force headquarters prior to being appointed as the IG of police.