Riding on the crest of the perceived excellent performance of the Nigeria Police Force during the polls, IGP Ringim blew his own trumpet, though I was not convinced that his argument had a leg to stand on. The 2011 general elections had been dented by a wave of violent protests across the North, but the police chief wanted the peaceful conduct of the polls isolated from the carnage that dovetailed it. To Ringim, who was appointed IGP in August 2010, the destruction were the product of political shock ...
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