A senator representing Bauchi Central Senatorial District, Isah Misau, on Wednesday alleged that the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, impregnated a serving police officer.
Raising Order 43, Mr Misau said he was attacked by the Inspector General of Police because he revealed corrupt activities under him while the Senate was on recess.
Mr Misau said the police boss engages in extra marital affairs with one Amina and another Esther, whom he married in Kaduna on September 15.
“The IG is openly having two relationships with police women which he gave special promotion. One of them is Amina and one of them is DSP Esther which the IG on 15th of last month got married to that woman DSP.
“Under police act and regulation you cannot marry as serving woman police unless that woman retires.
“He quickly did a secret wedding in Kaduna because the lady is four months pregnant. I am saying this because of the institution, the institution I am supposed to be a stakeholder. It is the institution that brought me here, and I’m proud of it.
“Sometimes I laugh when I see the IG celebrating that he has arrested Evans, Evans was operating in Lagos openly until when he kidnapped somebody who jumped into somebody’s house and went to report.
“This is an achievement of IG? This cannot be an achievement of the IG. Even an ordinary person can do that.
“There are serving police officers who now demoralised because of the activities of the office of the IGP. Mr President, even when it comes to appointment, the IG decided to have his own boys who are just assistant commissioner of police, he will give them special promotion – he will give them deputy commissioner of police he won’t spend three months or six months he will just give them acting commissioners of police.
“The reason they created special promotion, I know it, I was once an ADC just as to get favours from governors or presidents so if they are there they can pave way for them,” he added.
Mr Misau therefore sought the intervention of Senate to look at the allegations, where powerful individuals could have close to 30 Police officers guarding them, while commoners living in communities do not have police around them.
Senate President Bukola Saraki then raised an ad hoc committee to investigate the matter.