Tekno says police officers salaries should be increased to N250k per month

Tekno says police officers salaries should be increased to N250k per month

- Tekno recently took to his Twitter page to suggest police salary be increased

- According to the singer/producer, police officers' salaries should be increased to N250k per month

- This comes amid the nationwide outcry to end the Special Anti-Robbery Squad unit of the Force

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Nigerian singer and producer, Augustine Miles Kelechi popularly known as Tekno, has taken to social media to make a suggestion about salary increment for police officers.

According to the music star, their salaries should be increased to N250,000 per month.

He revealed this in a recent tweet shared to his official account of 1.3 million followers.

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Tekno says police salaries should be increased to N250k per month

There have been mixed reactions to the singer's suggestion. Photo credit: @teknoofficial/Instagram
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He tweeted:

"Increase police salaries to 250k a month.."

His post elicited mixed reactions as some said the police officers will still not stop taking bribes. See how some Nigerians reacted to the suggestion:

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Meanwhile, Nigerian singer Ayodeji Balogun has been among celebrities in the country who have used their respective social media platforms to speak against police brutality in the country and the disbandment of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

The singer who was at a protest which held in the United Kingdom on Sunday, October 11, dropped a word of advice for Nigerian youths on social media shortly after the end of the protest.

According to Wizkid, there is a need for youths in the country to show their real power during the next general elections in the country.

Meanwhile, two love birds who recently walked down the aisle joined the ongoing EndSARS campaign aimed at compelling the authorities to disband the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

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Nigerians are tired of the illegal activities of the operatives of this police unit who are notorious for trampling on the rights of citizens.

Youths in the country and celebrities have been calling on the government to disband the unit but the latter is hellbent on reforming SARS instead of disbanding it.

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