Ibrahim Idris, inspector general of police, has approved the dismissal from the service of the Nigeria Police Force, three inspectors who raid the residence of Edwin Clark, elder statesman and former federal commissioner of information.
Those dismissed are AP/No. 18858 Inspector Godwin Musa, AP/No. 225812 Inspector Sada Abubakar and AP/No. 225828 Inspector Yabo Paul.
The IGP also approved the immediate interdiction of AP. No 158460 ASP David Dominic who was involved in the unauthorized, illegal and unprofessional misconduct in the search of the residence of Clark in Asokoro, Abuja, on September 4.
“Dominic was queried and being investigated for discreditable conduct, negligence of duty and an act unbecoming of a police officer which constitute serious misconduct and if not checked can be inimical to the image of the Nigeria Police Force and violation of fundamental human rights of the elder statesman as provided for in the 1999 Nigeria Constitution as amended.
“The gravity of the offences against the officer is serious in nature and dismissal from service is imminent,” Jimoh Moshood, Force public relations officer, said in a statement made available to Realnews on Thursday, September 6.
“Consequently, the Inspector General of Police approved that AP. No 158460 ASP David Dominic, be on interdiction from Service pending the determination of his case by the Police Service Commission.
“The IGP also approved and upheld the dismissal from service of (i) AP/No. 18858 Inspr Godwin Musa (ii) AP/No. 225812 Inspr Sada Abubakar and (iii) AP/No. 225828 Inspr Yabo Paul, after the trio were tried under Oath in Orderly Room Trial for Discreditable Conduct, Illegal duty, Disobedience to Lawful Order and other misconduct contrary to the Rule of Law.
“The suspect (Informant) Ismail Yakubu from Waru Village, Apo District, Abuja, has been charged to Upper Area Court Mpape, Abuja for giving false information and telling falsehood that misled Police action,” the statement said.
– Sept. 6, 2018 @ 15:05 GMT |