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Four Police Inspectors Arrested in Lagos Over Alleged Harassment, Extortion

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Four Police Inspectors Arrested in Lagos Over Alleged Harassment, Extortion

Four Police Inspectors have been arrested by Lagos State Police Command Over alleged harassment and extortion of members of the public.

The accused Inspectors were alleged to have extorted N70,000 from a 16- year- old student, Segun, on January 18. at NGAB Junction, Isheri Area of Lagos State, in a Toyota Corolla car.

In a Statement by Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi , he stated that :”The picture of the policemen, that were caught in the act of unprofessionalism and extortion, had gone viral on the social media which attracted the Complaint Response Unit of the Nigeria Police Force, Force Headquarters Abuja, to track the policemen for necessary police action.

The matter was subsequently referred to the Lagos State Police Command for further action.

“The police Inspectors arrested are:
223329 Inspr Emmanuel Michael, 40,146504 Inspr Subday Odubiyi,40,256496 Inspr Lawrence Amedu, 39, and 255043 Inspr Aroye Dickson,40.

“After due interrogation, the policemen confessed to the crime and refunded the 70,000 to the student, on bond, which forms the key credible evidence/exhibit in the case.

“The Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, Hakeem Odumosu, has condemned the act of the Police Inspectors which is detrimental to the image of the Police Force and counterproductive to the ongoing reform agenda of the Inspector-General of Police, IGP Mohammed Abubakar Adamu. He has, however, ordered for the orderly room trial of the Inspectors with immediate effect so as to serve as deterrent to other criminally-minded police personnel in the command and beyond.

“CP Hakeem Odumosu also warned officers and men in Lagos State that the command will spread its tentacles in fighting against such criminal, unprofessional and disgusting act amongst police personnel in Lagos State. He also assured the general public of people-oriented and community-based policing styles in Lagos State, as justice will be done in Segun’s case”.

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