Abba Kyari hangs out with his top team in Kaduna

Abba Kyari hangs out with his top team in Kaduna

- Abba Kyari posted photos of his visit to Kaduna, where he spent time with seven men, presumably police officers, whom he referred to as one of his ‘best teams’

- Kyari was the officer who led the operation that resulted in the fateful arrest of notorious billionaire kidnapper Chukwudi Onuamadike aka Evans

- The senior police officer is an assistant commissioner of police in charge of the IGP’s Intelligence Response Team (IRT)

Abba Kyari, the celebrated police officer who master-minded the capture of billionaire kidnapper Evans, recently paid a visit to one of his best teams in Kaduna state.

The development was made public by Kyari himself, via a post on his Facebook page.

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He wrote: “Visited one of my best Teams in Kaduna Today”.

Also attached to the post were pictures of the visit in which the top police officer can be seen posing with his men.

See photos below:

Abba Kyari hangs out with his top team in Kaduna
Abba Kyari (center) smiles as he poses with his top team in Kaduna (Photo credit: Facebook: Abba Kyari)

Abba Kyari hangs out with his top team in Kaduna
ACP Abba Kyari takes another group photo with his men (Photo credit: Facebook: Abba Kyari)

Kyari was promoted to the position of assistant commissioner of police to head the inspector-general of police’s Intelligence Response Team (IRT) in 2016; and he is also the head of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) at the Lagos police command.

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Meanwhile, previously reported that Kyari who led the Special Intelligence Response Team (SIRT) of the Lagos state police command that arrested notorious kidnap kingpin, Chukwudubem Onwuamadike popularly knows as Evans, has declared that about ninety percent of information being reeled out about Evans on social media is false.

The senior police officer said that just like most Nigerians; he woke up every morning to hear different false stories on social media pertaining to how they arrested Evans, and what he said.

Watch this TV video asking if Evans should be jailed or employed by the federal government:


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