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‘I Mean Transmission Transmission…’ – IGP Ibrahim Struggles To Read Speech (VIDEO)

A video of Ibrahim Idris, inspector-general of police (IGP), struggling to read a speech, has hit the internet and currently trending.

In the video, Idris finds it difficult to pronounce the words, as he constantly repeats the words “I mean” and “transmission”.

There were traits of dyslexia, a learning difficulty, in his delivery.

Dyslexia, according to NHS.co.uk, it is a common learning difficulty that can cause problems with reading, writing and spelling. It’s a “specific learning difficulty”, which means it causes problems with certain abilities used for learning, such as reading and writing. Unlike a learning disability, intelligence isn’t affected.

Idris was said to have been caught in the “embarrassing” video tweeted by Voice of Liberty, on Monday, when he visited Kano to commission the police technical intelligence unit in the state.

“I mean, transmission, I mean effort, that the transmission cooperation to transmission, I mean transmission to have effect, ehm, apprehend, I mean, apprehensive towards the recommendation, recommended formation effective and effect, I mean, apprehensive at the transmission of…and transmission and transmission for the effective in the police command,” Idris said

After several attempts to get his speech right, the IGP, struggling with his paper, apologised to his audience.

“Sorry, I’m sorry please,” he said.

However, Ibrahim’s struggle did not end there. A man in suit joins him to help hold down his script, and even helped with the pronunciation of the words. But this didn’t make the reading any better for the IGP.

“All effective the transmission, other transmission, I can state without contradiction that I have commissioned what?” he continued.

“Over transmission of, over transmission of, over all kidnapping, armed robbery and other heinous crimes, I mean, ehm, commission transmission, recommendation transmission.”

Below is the video:

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