The Senate has ordered an investigation into the disappearance of the NSCDC head in Bayelsa

The Senate has requested the Inspector General of Police, Alkali Baba, to look into the mysterious disappearance of Raymond Gaadi, the Deputy Commandant of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, who was supposed to take over at the Bayelsa State Command.

The upper legislative house also urged the NSCDC Commandant General to launch an internal probe into the situation as soon as possible.

Gaadi, who was supposedly transferred from Enugu to Bayelsa State, was in Yenagoa, the state capital, to commence his duties but never arrived since he went missing.

The upper legislative chamber’s resolution to investigate the event followed a proposal by Senator Emmanuel Orker-Jev, who emphasized the need for police to take immediate steps to find the security officer’s location.

According to the Benue member, the missing deputy commandant said that the officer he was supposed to take over from in Bayelsa was not only refusing to hand over but was also threatening him.

Senator Orker-Jev went on to say that two days after the deputy commandant raised the alarm about a threat to his life,

He vanished from his life.

He bemoaned the fact that the NSCDC’s authority has shown little or no interest about the situation since October 29, 2022.

Senators requested the IGP to launch a complete criminal inquiry into the disappearance of the corps’ deputy commander in their remarks.

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