I MEAN THE TRANSMISSION, I MEAN CULTIVATIVE; NO, EFFECTIVE TRANSMISSION! THIS IS A CLEAR CASE OF IGP IDRIS’S UN…

 

No doubt, the video on the Inspector General Police-  Ibrahim Idris struggling to make a speech at the inauguration of the Police Technical Intelligence Unit in Kano state on Monday is what is currently trending; infact e don go over viral.

Ahah, I had to just shake my head countlessly. Even my mum shook her head countlessly and she did that till I stopped playing the now popular video “I MEAN THE TRANSMISSION, I MEAN CULTIVATIVE; NO, EFFECTIVE TRANSMISSION! This is just a clear case of the IGP not being prepared…(UNPREPAREDNESS NI YE O)

The IGP obviously didn’t write the speech himself, if he did he wouldn’t have struggled to make that speech.

Okay, let us even agree that he was too busy to write his own speech and someone else wrote it for him, he could have gone through it first before  presenting it to the people. This is terrible. If IGP Idris says the script was written by him and he still fumbled to that extent, then his enemies are really at work (Aiye le o!)

The update on this his embarrassing speech is that the IGP has come out to say it was doctored. Also, he has sent his men to go fish out the journalist- Aminu Nurudeen, a Liberty Television reporter who published the video. However, Aminu has since gone into hiding.

WATCH VIDEO HERE

VIDEO CREDIT: SAHARA TV

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