Kaduna state governor Malam Nasir el-Rufa’i last week sacked his Aide De Camp (ADC), ASP Abdullah Usman over allegations of insubordination.
Governor el-Rufa’i had particularly asked the Police authority to appoint ASP Usman to work with him after winning the gubernatorial election.
It was gathered that ASP Usman worked with governor el-Rufa’i throughout the electioneering campaigns, but was relieved of his duty in the Government House after being found guilty of many allegations.
According to reports, the former ADC was found guilty of alleged mismanagement of funds meant for his colleagues, short-changing some friends of the governor and other domestic staff of the government house.
A dependable source at the Government House told newsmen that the former ADC, was also found guilty of causing disaffection and misunderstanding between the Police and men of the State Security Service (SSS), among other issues.
The governor, it was gathered felt disappointed over his ADC’s behaviour and asked him to vacate his position.
Meanwhile, the former ADC has been replaced with DSP Danasabe Ibrahim who was until his appointment chief security officer (CSO) of the government house.
Effort to speak with the state commissioner of police, Umaru Shehu proved abortive as he was said to be out of town.