Thursday, July 26, 2018

4 Lagos SARS Operatives Sacked and Charged to Court

Image result for 4 Lagos SARS Operatives Sacked and Charged to Court     Aide Inspector General accountable for zone 2 Command of the Nigeria Police Force, Adamu Ibrahim, has maintained the suggestion of a disciplinary body that prescribed the expulsion of four policemen connected to Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) Ikeja, Lagos.

The four policemen were expelled and in this manner charged to court on offenses of furnished burglary, grabbing, unlawful confinement, terrorizing and debilitating viciousness after an examination did against them following an appeal to submitted against them on May 2, 2018 by one Chukwudi Godwin Odionye prominently alluded to as 'Bishop'.Odionye in his request of expressed that on June 4, 2017, he was in his home around Alagbado, Lagos when the four outfitted men raged his home to impact his capture on the assertion of performing counterfeit supernatural occurrences.

He expressed that after his capture, he was taken to one lodging in Agege where he was confined and undermined to be slaughtered in the event that he neglected to collaborate. He clarified assist that on the next day, he was taken to the bank where he was made to exchange N7million to one of the agents' record.

Mr Ibrahim requested an examination concerning the endless supply of the appeal.

An announcement marked by Public Relations Officer, Zone 2 Command, Dolapo Badmos, said examination uncovered that no legitimate police technique was followed in Odionye's capture and "that the four SARS agents really kidnapped the man from his home and unlawfully confined him in the inn under the monitor of the suspects for individual pick up."

Mrs Badmos gave the personality of the maverick policemen as Sgt Adeoye Adekunle, Sgt Adeniran Adebowale, Sgt Agbi Lucky and Sgt Odighe Hehosa.

She said they were in this manner discovered liable amid the efficient room preliminary of expert offense, degenerate practices and discreditable direct.

They were expelled and subsequently charged to court on criminal accusations of equipped theft, grabbing, unlawful confinement, taking, terrorizing and debilitating savagery.

Badmos emphasized Ibrahim's order that "the power won't endure any demonstration of unfortunate behavior that undermines the estimation of universal prescribed procedures of policing," expressing further that any cop or men discovered blameworthy won't be saved

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