Force HQ To Nigerians: No Policeman Should Demand Customs Papers, Tinted Glass Permit From You
- Nigerians have been urged to report police officers who demand permits for tinted windows at checkpoints in any part of the country
- Apart from tinted glass permits, the police said it is illegal for any of its officer to demand customs papers or other documents not relevant to their duties
- He explained that while there was no need to demand permits for tinted glasses, they could stop such cars only for the purpose of a search
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Policemen nationwide have been banned from demanding customs papers from drivers. This directive is from the force headquarters.
Speaking on the directive, acting Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi also said officers should stop demanding tinted glass permits, Vanguard Newspaper reports.
He said tinted glass permit remains suspended across the country he declared that policemen are barred from demanding customs papers.
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“No policeman should demand your customs papers. Except they are on joint operation, but not just on mere routine checks.
“We have suspended the issuance of tinted glass permits, so we don’t expect our men to disturb Nigerians on this.
“We are to stop any vehicle with tints, search the vehicles, and its occupants, but not to delay for not having tinted glass permits.”
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Legit.ng had also reported that 36-year-old dismissed police officer, John Dennis, has been sentenced to 27 months imprisonment by an Ebute-Meta Magistrates’ Court, in Lagos.
He was sentenced for stealing an Iron bar, valued at N6,000 on the day of his father’s burial.
The Magistrate, Mrs Folarin Williams said:
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“The defendant pleaded guilty to the charge and confessed to committing the crime. He said he intended to sell the iron rod he stole on the day of his father’s burial. It is trite that there is no evidence as weighty as that of the confession of the defendant."
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Tunde recently gave social media users a peek into his life as he shared a video capturing some moments in his journey.
Apparently, the man was once an officer of the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) before he took up a job with the 30BG musician.