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Police Sacks Police Inspector Attached To SARS For Extorting N5,000 From Road Users In Lagos

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After Three months that the Public Complaint Rapid Response Unit (PCRRU) of the Police Force promised has finished investigating an extortion  issue involving a Police Inspector attached to SARS in Lagos and make findings of the investigation public, as the SARS officer has been handed his sack letter.

Announcing the dismissal of Omotosho following the police’s investigations, report reads thus; “The Assistant-Inspector General of Police Zone 2 Command, Lagos, AIG Ibrahim Adamu has reviewed the Orderly Room proceedings and approved the punishment of dismissal of AP. No. 136207 Inspector Charles Olusola Omotosho from the Nigeria Police Force with effect from 16.07.2018.”

The report signed by ACP Abayomi Shogunle, Assistant Commissioner of Police PCRRU, he said; “Omotosho attached to SARS Ikorodu, Lagos State at the time was found guilty of Corrupt Practices and Discreditable Conduct contrary to Para. C (ii) and E (iii) of 1st Schedule of the Police Act and Regulations CAP. P19 LFN 2004.

“Three other officers (names withheld) who accompanied Omotosho during the illegal act (click #PCRRU316356 for case details) were awarded punishment of reduction in rank from Sergeant to Corporal by the AIG.

All NPF items including uniforms and ID card have since been retrieved from the dismissed Inspector.”

 

 

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