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14 Policemen fired for misconduct

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The Nigeria Police Force (NPF) on Tuesday announced the dismissal of 14 policemen for various levels of misconduct.

A statement by DCP Don Awunah, Force Public Relations Officer, Force Headquarters, Abuja listed the offences as Aiding and abetting serious crimes, Conspiracy with militants and Disappearance of explosives.

Awunah said that the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris, on assumption of duty, instituted strict measures to ensure that the conduct of officers conformed to international best practices and norms.

He said that the IGP was determined to ensure that Police duties and other responsibilities were carried out professionally without compromising integrity and allegiance to the nation and the force.

The force image maker listed the affected policemen as ex ASP Yuguda Abbah, ex Sgt. Habila Sarki, ex Diphen Nimmyel, ex Sgt. Yasan Danda, ex Sgt. Abbas Mailalle and ex Sgt. Bwanason Tanko.

Others are ex Sgt. Donan James, ex Cpl. Idris Salisu, ex Cpl. Zakari Kofi, ex Sgt. Musbahu Yahaya, ex Sgt. Ugenlo Sylveste, ex Sgt. Musa Umar,  ex Cpl Omale Edicha and ex Sgt. Laibi Opakegba .

He said the aforementioned personnel of the force who used their official capacities to carry out misconduct were dealt with according to the law to serve as deterrent to others.

“The following personnel of the Force who erred and compromised in discharging their duties and betraying the official oath of office were arrested, subjected to internal disciplinary measures and punished according to the gravity of their offences.

“This unacceptable professional misconduct are categorised as follows: Aiding and abetting serious crimes, Conspiracy with militants and Disappearance of explosives.

“The IGP wishes to acknowledge and commend the patriotic and tireless police officers who are making sure that Nigeria is safe and secure especially at the flash points of the North East, North Central and South- South (Niger Delta).

“Their sacrifices will not go in vain; they will be adequately rewarded.

“Admittedly, these remarkable achievements are clear testimonies of interagency synergy between the police and our sister intelligence agencies,’’ he stated.

He said that the IGP recognised and appreciated the professional and institutional support of sister agencies.

According to Awunah, the process to progressively sanitise the system of unprofessional and criminally minded personnel will be sustained.

About Charles Igbinidu

Charles Igbinidu is a Public Relations practitioner in Lagos, Nigeria

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114 comments

  1. Revert their dismissal to suspension cos dey may be absorb by boko haram or Niger delta militant

  2. Who den wil fire u 4 u onw misconduct?

  3. Na only 14 una c? U need exodus !!!

  4. ls there any policeman that behaves well? ldt the roger continue jo o

  5. Scan news, I can’t believe that

  6. Come to warri we have thousands of them here

  7. Their misconduct is enormous, they are the most corrupt

  8. IT’S Condemable at this hardship

  9. Come to Etche divissional head quoter okhi in Rivers State

  10. Pls don’t dismiss your well trained officers as they may become dangerous to the public. Demotion is better for them and to the society.

  11. Misconduct like collecting money for bail? While bail is free? If that is not misconduct then what else? Men of the police force misconduct on daily basis.