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Report Any Officer Demanding Money From You Before Referring Your Case For Investigation – Oluwuyiwa Tells Nigerians

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Report Any Officer Demanding Money From You Before Referring Your Case For Investigation - Oluwuyiwa Tells Nigerians

Adejobi Olumuyiwa, Nigerian Police Force public relations officer, headquarters Abuja has told citizens to report any officer demanding money from any complainant before reporting and referring a case for investigation at any police station.

Olumuyiwa who condemned the act noted that it is unethical, shameful and criminal.

Speaking on numerous cases of unprofessional conduct of some policemen, Olumuyiwa said “We have received several complaints that some personnel at the counter(charge room) demand for dettol, detergent, and other items from relations of suspects in detention before having access or getting food to them.

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“This is an absurdity, and it’s condemned in its totality. We are working with command CPs and PPROs to address this with a view to eradicating such disservice and unholy acts.

He urged Nigerians to report any of such cases to their command CPs and PPROs and lodge the same via “our provided complaints platforms.

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It must be stated without mincing words and emphatically that this act is unethical, unprofessional, and in variance with our SOP.”

Hammed Tajudeen is a graduate of Osun State Polytechnic, Iree with Higher National Diploma (HND) in Mass Communication

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