- Popular police officer, Abba Kyari, has been given a chieftaincy title in Yobe
- In a post on his Facebook page on Sunday, February 9, he appreciated the emirate council for considering him worthy
- Kyari also thanked his traditional ruler, Dr Mai Muckhtar Ibn Ali Gangarang, for the confidence he reposed in him
Supercop Abba Kyari, a police officer who has been instrumental to the solving of many high crime cases, has bagged a chieftaincy title in Yobe.
He made the news known on his Facebook page on Sunday, February 9, as he expressed utmost gratitude to his traditional ruler, Dr Mai Muckhtar Ibn Ali Gangarang.
Aside from him, he also thanked the entire emirate council of Gujba for how they picked him out of many for the title.
Though the date of the conferment of the title is yet unknown, the supercop said the announcement will be made soon.
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Recall that Kyari led the team that arrested one of Nigeria’s most notorious kidnap kingpin, Chukwudumeme Onwaumadike, popularly known as Evans in Lagos state.
He was also instrumental to the arrest of the killers of former Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) Air Marshal Alex Badeh ‘rtd’ along Keffi-Gitata Kaduna road.
Among his records also are the arrest of notorious gang who planned to Kidnap Nigerian billionaire Femi Otedola in Lagos state, arrest of the kidnappers of Oniba of Iba a first class King in Lagos state, arrest of the suspect responsible for the murder of Lieutenant Abubakar Yahaya Yusuf a serving naval officer and his girlfriend Miss. Lorraine Onye in Rivers state and others.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nosa Ehimwenman is one of the few Nigerians representing the country well in the diaspora.
He came from a very humble beginning as he was the son of a taxi driver. Though he was based in Illinois, he was given a big significant contract to renovate an airport in Chicago.
Some of the projects he handled were at the University of Illinois Medical Center and the University of Illinois.
He is the head of BOWA Construction, the building company that led more than 25 subcontractors to change a warehouse into a sterling piece of artwork. Nosa recalled the words of his father which instilled in him the importance of hard work.
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“And yes, my dad picked passengers from this same airport to make sure that we ate. My father always told me; be disciplined, work hard and good things will happen,” he said.
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