A warrant of arrest may soon be issued against the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris for refusing to appear before the senate's Ad- hoc Committee investigating various allegations levelled against him.
But he has another chance to appear before the committee unfailingly next Tuesday to answer questions on virement made in the 2016 and 2017 budgets of the police.
President of the senate, Bukola Saraki is urging the IGP to honour the invitation.

Meanwhile, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo says the executive arm of government is monitoring the conduct of corruption trials in Nigerian courts as part of its efforts to ensure timely dispensation of cases.
The vice president,  spoke  at a symposium on ‘speeding up criminal litigation in Nigeria’, where he  revealed that the government is working on encouraging all forms of restructuring to ensure quick dispensensation of justice.