The newly appointed Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris had sparked a potential feud when he accused his predecessor Solomon Arase of disappearing with 24 cars and refusing to give their whereabouts.
As a result of this, Idris had ordered a probe into purchases made for the police. He had also called Arase demanding the return of the vehicles.
Arase had responded angrily over the allegations saying he had no need for them.
According to the Vanguard it has now been gathered that two of the cars, the IGP staff car and the spare car have been found. Apparently both cars were sent for repairs and were with a repair shop called Auto Computers located in the Jabi district of Abuja.
The cars were taken for repairs in anticipation of the new IGP and one of the cars had even been fully repaired with a source saying that officials of the company would visit the Acting IGP to demand for payment of the job done.
The Vanguard reports that further investigation revealed that the other cars were indeed not missing and were either on assignment or well accounted for.