Stop killing innocent citizens, they bought your firearms for you - Police tell officers (video)

Stop killing innocent citizens, they bought your firearms for you - Police tell officers (video)

The commander of the Rapid Response Squad, Tunji Disu, has advised officers and men of the Nigeria Police Force in Lagos on the need to be good ambassadors of the force.

Disu said that he is very much concerned about the issue of police killings that have been going on around in the country.

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The commander said the matter is so worse that he believes his officers should be ashamed of even putting their uniform to go around town.

He said that the officers should be careful about the firearms they carry around, that the same arms were purchased for them with the money gotten from the public.

Disu then asked why kill the people who are paying them and whose money financed their arms.

The RSS commander reminded the officers of a very important lesson they were taught in the police academy, that it is better to let robbers escape than kill one innocent person.

He also lamented that a few members of the force are spoiling the image of the police, questioning the need to carry corked guns around people.

Recall that previously reported that a Nigerian football lover identified as Kolade Johnson was killed on Sunday, March 31, after he was hit by a police officer's stray bullet during a raid in Lagos.

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Kolade Johnson who was 36 years before his untimely death, was watching the Premier League clash between Liverpool and Tottenham, when the tragic incident happened.

The heartbreaking incident occurred outside a Kingstine-Jo outlet in Mangoro, near the international airport in Ikeja, as police opened fired while trying to arrest a suspect. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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