The Nigeria Police Force has alleged that the convener of the #ENDSARS campaign was working in tandem with mischievous politicians who were trying to create a problem in the system for SARS. This was made known by the Police Public Relations Officer, Jimoh Moshood on Channels Television. The Police Spokesman who gave the name of the convener of the campaign as Jega Awosanya Segun said that the culprit (Jega Awosanya Segun) had ulterior motives for creating the campaign and was being sponsored by politicians looking to damage the reputation of the unit. “Somebody who had an ulterior motive put up #ENDSARS. We tracked the hashtag and traced it to mischievous politicians that are trying to create problem in the system, that SARS is a stumbling block for them to achieve
Following reports that Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra State was allegedly striped of his security aides, a development to which President Muhammadu Buhari had order a reinstatement, the Force Headsqueaters on Thursday gave a breakdown of police personnel now provided to give security cover to the governor. From the breakdown, a total number of Two Hundred and Twenty One (221) Police Personnel are at the beck and call of Governor Obiano, who is standing against 37 other governorship candidate for the Saturday, 18th November, 2017 polls. Giving a graphic details of the police personnel provided for the governor, Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Jimoh Moshood said that the number of security aides now with the governor is more than the strength of some Police
The disagreement between the Chairman, Senate Committee on Navy, Senator Hamman Isah Misau, and the Police have deepened with the Police declaring him wanted for forgery. The Police had earlier declared the senator a deserter who absconded from duty on September 24, 2010 and asked the Senate Ethics and Privileges Committee to prevail on the senator to make himself available to face the Force disciplinary committee for acts of serious misconduct and unprofessional doings. Senator Misau had last Friday accused the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, to account for the N10 billion Police internally generated revenue, which he added amounted to N120 billion annually. He also accused the Police Service Commission, PSC, of encouraging corruption in the Police Force and vow
The Nigerian Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris has landed in trouble as the Senator representing Bauchi Central Senatorial District, Isa Misau, who was once a police officer has revealed how the IG has being ripping off the police force as well as taking bribes to post Commissioner of Police. Misau who dropped the bombshell on Friday at a news conference in Abuja, said that the Inspector General of Police lacks experience to run the Nigerian Police Force. Misau equally accused Inspector General of Police of failure to remit money realised from policemen attached to private citizens and oil companies, which is about N10 billion monthly, to the Federation Account. He also alleged that Commissioners of Police had to bribe their way before they can be posted to juice sta
Nigerian Police has debunked news headline regarding whereabouts of kidnapper, Chukwuduneme Onwuamadike, alias Evans. Newspaper reports in Nigeria had alleged that Evans had vanished and that the billionaire kidnapper's whereabouts unknown. Reacting to the publication, Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Jimoh Moshood on Saturday said the kidnap kingpin was still in police custody. "Evans is intact in Police Custody, investigation into all the crimes he has committed which include several kidnappings; armed robbery and murder are ongoing. "The Police have made significant progress in the investigations of these crimes. "The public should disregard and discountenance all media reports in the social and print media that he has vanished or released and all criminal charges ...