DIG warns cops towards human rights abuse

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The Deputy Inspector General of Police answerable for the South West area, DIG Biodun Alabi, on Tuesday, urged cops to accord members of the general public their due dignity and respect human rights whereas discharging their duties.

Alabi acknowledged this whereas addressing officers on the Ogun State Command of the Nigeria Police Force in Eleweran, Abeokuta throughout his one-day working go to to the state.

The Police boss warned that the authorities would deal decisively with any officer discovered trampling on the rights of the folks.

He stated, “Human rights abuse had been identified as one of the major factors affecting the image of police.

“Officers and men of the Nigeria police force must be exemplary in their conduct, maintain the highest level of discipline to earn the respect and support of the general public in the discharge of their duties.”

Alabi stated he was within the state consistent with the directive of the Inspector General of Police to all DIGs to go to all of the states underneath their supervision.

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The State Commissioner of Police, Abiodun Alamutu, the Deputy Commissioner of Police, Bode Ojajuni and different prime hierarchy of the command acquired the DIG.

In his deal with, Alamutu stated that the standing of Ogun as the economic hub of the nation and neighbour to many states and different nations was not with out its antecedent safety challenges.

He defined that the command was rising to the challenges.

The DIG additionally paid a courtesy name on the Alake of Egbaland, Oba Adedotun Gbadebo to obtain his royal blessings and intimate the royal father with the plan of the drive to successfully police the nation.

In his remarks, Oba Gbadebo thanked the police drive for guaranteeing peace within the nation by way of efficient group policing and prayed for extra success in all their endeavours.

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