Delta State Police Commissioner, Hafiz Inuwa, on Monday declared that a former minister of state for Education, Kenneth Gbagi, was still on the run, but would be arrested and made to account for his sins.
The CP, who made this declaration while speaking with journalists in Asaba, maintained that the police were still on the matter.
Gbagi was declared wanted by the Delta State Police Command following reports that he allegedly stripped his staff naked at his Signatious Hotel in Effurun, Delta State.
The commissioner posited that Gbagi was on the run for an alleged criminal offence of stripping his female workers naked, including married women.
He said, “Gbagi pleaded to be allowed to bury his elder sister that died that weekend and then to report on the following Monday, but rather than report, he sneaked to Abuja to obtain an order restraining the police from arresting him.”
“He kept on lying that he was close to my office that day until later in the night when it dawned on me I had been lied to. Gbagi does not fear God.
“Gbagi is not above the law, not even with me. He must have obtained an interim injunction to evade arrest but there are several cases against him warranting his arrest. I will not talk to him again, but I will definitely arrest him if I see him.”