Police react to alleged inhuman treatment of hotel staff in Warri

Police react to alleged inhuman treatment of hotel staff in Warri

- A recent viral story on social media has caught the attention of the Nigeria Police Force

- Some hotel staff were said to have been dehumanized by the owner of the facility who is a former minister

- The former minister has since reacted to the allegation, saying those involved are not staff of his hotel

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The Nigeria Police Force has reacted to the viral story of alleged dehumanizing treatment on the Signatious Hotel staff in Warri, Delta state.

The hotel is said to be owned by a former minister for state for education, Olorogun Kenneth Gbagi, who is also from the state.

Police react to alleged inhuman treatment of hotel staff in Warri

DCP Mba said those responsible for the act would be brought to book. Photo credit: @GuardianNigeria
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A statement sent to journalists on Saturday, September 26 by police spokesman, DCP Frank Mba read:

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“The Inspector-General of Police, IGP M.A Adamu, NPM, mni has called on members of the public, particularly the alleged victims and all interest groups in the ongoing police investigations into the case of dehumanizing treatment on the Signatious Hotel staff in Warri, Delta state, to remain calm as the police intensify efforts towards unravelling the circumstances surrounding the incident.
“The IGP, while noting that the Delta state police command has since commenced discrete investigations into the matter with appreciable progress made, assures that justice will prevail no matter whose ox is gored.”

Gbagi has since declared that he did not strip anybody naked as portrayed in the trending videos and photographs, saying the people involved were having sex among themselves when a fight broke out among them.

Part of a statement he released read:

“What you see circulating are photographs of these persons who were sexually harassing themselves in one of our guest houses, not the hotel, as it is being rumoured.”
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