No Elaborate Party For Suspended DCP, Abba Kyari As He Celebrates 47
Yesterday was the birthday of disgraced cop and former leader of the disbandedI Inspector General of Police’s Intelligence Response Team (IGP-IRT), Deputy Commissioner of Police Abba Kyari.
Kyari is currently on suspension and relieved from all police duties pending the outcome of an internal investigation into his alleged connection with Gucci King, popular alleged fraudster Ramon Abbas Hushpuppi.
Born on March 17,1975 in Maiduguri, Borno State, Nigeria.
Prior to his appointment as IGP-IRT, Kyari served at Lagos State Police Command as a unit Commander in one of the PMF bases located in Lagos before he was promoted and transferred to serve as the Officer-In-Charge of the disbanded SARS.
The embattled super cop gained admission into Police Academy Wudil, Kano State in 2000 and graduated as cadet Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP).
He was subsequently posted to Adamawa State Police Command for his one-year mandatory attachment in Song Police Division before he was later deployed as Divisional Crime Officer (DCO) in Numan, Adamawa State, Kyari also served as Unit Commander 14 PMF Yola.
He moved to Lagos State Police Command as 2 IC and later Officer-In-Charge of Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). Until the revelation of his engagement with the infamous alleged Nigerian fraudster (Ramon Abbas) popularly known as Hushpuppi who is currently facing charges of money laundering leveled against him by the United States Government that implicated DCP Abba kyari as a party in an international scheme to defraud Qatari school founder and then launder over 1.1million dollars in illicit proceeds that led to his suspension, Abba Kyari was the head of the Inspector General of Police’s Intelligence Response Team in the Nigerian Police Force Headquarters in Abuja.
On 14 February 2022, a video clip of Kyari was exposed where he negotiated the release of some quantity of seized 25 kg cocaine, and offered $61, 400 cash.
On Monday 7th March, 2022, Abba Kyari and 6 others were arraigned by the NDLEA on several charges bordering on conspiracy, obstruction and dealing in cocaine. However, the former Deputy Commissioner of Police, Abba Kyari and 4 others who are police officers as well, pleaded not guilty to the charges brought against them by the anti-narcotics agency.