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Tuesday, 7 November 2017

Nigeria Police Return N834,000 Extorted from Public, Sanction 17 Officers

Nigeria Police Return N834,000 Extorted from Public, Sanction 17 Officers

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Concerted efforts are being made to sanitize the police force of corrupt elements who have given the security outfit a negative public image.

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The Nigeria Police Force returned N834,000 extorted by its officers from members of the public to the owners between July and September.

The force also sanctioned 17 police officers, including the suspension of an Assistant Superintendent of Police in Ikorodu, Lagos State, during the period for “corrupt practices”.

According to a statement by the Police Public Complaint Rapid Response Unit on Monday “In the pursuit of implementing the ‘Change Begins with Me’ Campaign of the Federal Government and in line with the desire of the Inspector-General of Police, IGP Ibrahim K. Idris, in bringing an end to impunity, the Public Complaint Rapid Response Unit in Q3 2017 recovered and returned a total sum of N834,000 extorted money to members of the public.

“Sixteen police officers were also sanctioned for various acts of professional misconduct during the period under review (July-September, 2017).

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