The former Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba has caused a stir on social media after posters indicating his interest in the Yobe Senatorial district primaries surfaced on social media.

Reactions Trail Poster Of Ex-Police IGP Contesting For Senatorial Post
Reactions Trail Poster Of Ex-Police IGP Contesting For Senatorial Post

According to the poster, Usman Baba is seeking to contest in the Yobe South senatorial district election under the platform of the All Progressive Congress (APC) following the resignation of the current senator, Ibrahim Geidam to become a minister.

Recall that Geidam, who is the serving senator representing Yobe East Senatorial District in Yobe State, was among the second batch of ministerial nominees forwarded to the red chamber by President Bola Tinubu last week.


Nigerians Reaction

The poster of the former IGP vying for a senatorial position have stirred mixed reactions amongst Nigerians on social media.

See poster:

Photo of Usman Baba Senatorial poster
See some reactions below:

iamflash_ug1 wrote: “Na senate come be all those people retirement sitting room.”

d2oris wrote: “No need to wonder why the police did nothing during the election crises.”

captainotkross wrote: “They all build their careers around Nigeria wealth, nothing wrong though if its for positive vibes.”

engrcotti wrote: “If I were the senator, I won’t resign until final determination of the presidential election tribunal.”

happyjbaby wrote: “Even police is APC member😢 they just ruining this country as they like.”


eziokwu_bu_ndu1 wrote: “Very disgraceful and sad. “She” didn’t even stay out of office for weeks before coming out to show us “her” real self.

We knew they were all APC members with the kind of behavior they displayed towards national issues.”

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chriswolex wrote: “That is the main problem of this country, cos all institutions that needs to be independent are political afflicted.”


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