Abba Kyari Returns Home, Family and Friends Extend Warm Welcome as Suspended DCP is Released After 27 Months in Detention

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After spending 27 months in detention at the Kuje Custodial Centre, Abba Kyari, the suspended Deputy Commissioner of Police, received a joyous homecoming from his family and friends upon his release on Friday.

Social media was abuzz with images and video clips showing the suspended Deputy Commissioner of Police, Abba Kyari, reunited with his family on Saturday.

Adding to the warm welcome, the homecoming celebration for Abba Kyari, was adorned with celebratory decorations that proclaimed “Welcome Back” in bold lettering, giving the occasion a festive atmosphere.

Following the bombshell arrest by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency on February 14, 2022, Abba Kyari, once a respected figure within the Nigerian Police Force, was detained for alleged involvement in international drug trafficking. The disgraced Deputy Commissioner of Police spent 27 months in custody at the Kuje Custodial Centre, as speculation swirled around his case and the potential implications for the Nigerian justice system.

PurpleWorld’s reporting further shed light on the dramatic circumstances surrounding Kyari’s fall from grace, which rocked the nation and sparked widespread debate.




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