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9 police cops nabbed over alleged corruptionLagos State Commissioner of Police, Ag. CP Edgal Imohimi, disclosed that his command had arrested nine policemen, one traffic warden, and two others over alleged corruption.

According to Imohimi, the arrest was a follow-up on his warning to officers and men of his command to guard against corruption and unprofessional conduct.

He said the X-Squad unit had intensified its activities to ensure zero tolerance for corruption and unruly practices by police officers and men of the Lagos State Police Command.

“Nine policemen and a senior traffic warden, alongside two of their accomplices popularly known as ‘Camp Boys’ or ‘Antelopes’ were arrested between September 1 and 18, One of the camp boys, identified as Taofik Ismaila, was arrested along Ikotun road on September 8, along with some Read also:See top super mummies in Nollywood  unscrupulous policemen who were caught extorting money from motorists.

“Similarly, the unit also arrested one Stephen Nwafor along Igando road, with some policemen caught collecting money from some motorists. the policemen are currently undergoing departmental orderly room trial to ensure a total purging of the command of its bad eggs, while their civilian accomplices are being charged to court for related offences,”

Imohimi had also directed that the Divisional Police Officers, DPOs, and the Divisional Traffic officers of the affected areas be issued queries for lack of supervision and disobedience to lawful orders.

He therefore, advised all executive and members of the National Union of Road Transport Workers to warn their members against being used by unscrupulous policemen as agents of extortion. Read also: Troops rescues kidnapped victims

“The activities of this unit are still on and we will not relax until the command gets rid of all the bad elements.

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9 police nabbed for corruption


9 police cops nabbed over alleged corruption

Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Ag. CP Edgal Imohimi, disclosed that his command had arrested nine policemen, one traffic warden, and two others over alleged corruption.

According to Imohimi, the arrest was a follow-up on his warning to officers and men of his command to guard against corruption and unprofessional conduct.

He said the X-Squad unit had intensified its activities to ensure zero tolerance for corruption and unruly practices by police officers and men of the Lagos State Police Command.

“Nine policemen and a senior traffic warden, alongside two of their accomplices popularly known as ‘Camp Boys’ or ‘Antelopes’ were arrested between September 1 and 18, One of the camp boys, identified as Taofik Ismaila, was arrested along Ikotun road on September 8, along with some unscrupulous policemen who were caught extorting money from motorists.

“Similarly, the unit also arrested one Stephen Nwafor along Igando road, with some policemen caught collecting money from some motorists. the policemen are currently undergoing departmental orderly room trial to ensure a total purging of the command of its bad eggs, while their civilian accomplices are being charged to court for related offences,”

Imohimi had also directed that the Divisional Police Officers, DPOs, and the Divisional Traffic officers of the affected areas be issued queries for lack of supervision and disobedience to lawful orders.

He therefore, advised all executive and members of Read also: REVEALED… Lagos belongs to Benin empire, not Yorubaland—Oba Akiolu the National Union of Road Transport Workers to warn their members against being used by unscrupulous policemen as agents of extortion.

“The activities of this unit are still on and we will not relax until the command gets rid of all the bad elements.

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