5 Most Popular News: Inspector General Napoleon Hasn’t been Fired, Prabowo & General Gatot’s Names Are Dragged, There’s No Other Choice?…

Inspector General Napoleon Bonaparte after attending the trial at the South Jakarta District Court, Wednesday (30/9/2020). ANTARA/Laily Rahmawaty/am.

jpnn.com, JAKARTA – Good morning loyal readers of JPNN.com, today we present the most popular news throughout Friday (20/5) about Inspector General Napoleon Bonaparte not being fired from the National Police, UAS rejected by Singapore, the Deputy Minister of Religion alluding to the names Prabowo and General Gatot, so there is no other choice, teacher honorary will demo on May 23. Read more!

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1. Brigpol ADI, you are no longer a member of the police, here’s the proof

South Barito Police (Barsel) held a dishonorable discharge ceremony (PTDH) for one of its members, Brigpol ADI on Wednesday (18/5).

The PTDH ceremony was led directly by the Head of the Barsel Police, AKBP Yusfandi Usman, and was attended by all ranks.

Yusfandi said the PTDH ceremony was held in accordance with the Central Kalimantan Police Chief’s decree number KEP/172/V/2022 dated May 12, 2022.

Brigadier ADI was dismissed from the National Police because he had committed a crime of drug abuse.

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