Governor, Adams Oshiomole, has threatened to publish the report submitted to him by the police to drive home his accusations that the police was involved in the murder of his private secretary, Olaitan Oyerinde.
This is coming after the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Abubakar, labelled the accusation by the former Labour Union president as "unfounded".
Abubakar today in a meeting with senior police officers said the police authority will respond to Oshiomole’s claim appropriately. Addressing senior police officers in Abuja, IGP Abubakar promised to reply the Edo state governor appropriately.
The Edo State governor had at a national summit on security and a launch for new Code of Conduct in Abuja called for the sack of the Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of criminal investigation department for alleged complacency in unraveling those behind the murder of the late Oyerinde.