The Acting Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Adamu, has appeared before the Nigerian Senate.
Naija News reports that the IGP appeared before the senate on Tuesday to brief lawmakers on insecurity in the country.
This online news platform reports that the development is coming after the Red Chamber summoned the police boss last week.
At the resumption of plenary today, Senate leader, Ahmad Lawan, moved a motion for the senators to usher IGP Adamu into the chamber.
Thereafter, Bukola Saraki, the Senate President, announced that the meeting would hold “behind close-door because of the sensitivity of the issue”.