- Police officers across the country have been warned against the misuse of their firearms on Nigerians
- The warning was issued to the police officers by the Inspector General of Police, Usman Baba, on Tuesday, March 1
- According to the IGP, he is worried at the flippancy with which officer of the force handle their firearms when dealing with citizens
With the incessant killing of Nigerians especially youths by police officers, the Inspector General of Police, Baba Usman, has expressed worries.
Baba admonished police officers not to abuse their authority by unnecessarily making life difficult for the Nigerian populace.
He also encouraged security agencies across the nation to embrace synergy in order to achieve positive results in the fight against criminal activities.
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More trouble for Abba Kyari as IGP orders closure of all intelligence response teams, special squad units
There is a new development to the case of the embattled DCP Abba Kyari as his boss, IGP Baba has taken another strong action.
This time around, Baba ordered the closure of all intelligence units across the country hours after NDLEA arrested Kyari.
Meanwhile, more senior police operatives and other security agents would be arrested following the detention of Kyari, over drug-related offences.
Aregbesola: Police make serious allegation against Buhari's minister
In fact, the police command in the state reported that armed men attached to the minister's convoy fired gunshots unnecessarily thereby causing fear.
The police spokesman, SP Yemisi Opalola, on Tuesday said the escorts used sophisticated ammunition like AK-47 rifles.
Pandemonium in southeast as gunmen attack police checkpoint again, kill 3 officers
Though details are still sketchy, there are fears that three policemen around the checkpoint where the hoodlums attacked were killed.
The spokesperson of the police command in the state Loveth Odah confirmed the incident but remained silent on details of the casualty.