EFCC officers to face disciplinary panel over alleged assault on lady

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has arrange a disciplinary panel to analyze two operatives accused of assaulting a girl throughout a raid in a lodge in Lagos on Thursday.

Its Spokesman, Dele Oyewale, who stated this in a press release on Monday in Abuja added that the errant officers have been to look earlier than the panel on Monday.

Oyewale stated that the EFCC Chairman, Mr Ola Olukoyede, arrange the disciplinary crew to look into the case of the 2 errant officers of the fee who allegedly assaulted a feminine workers of the Regional Hotel, Ojo, Lagos.

Earlier, the officers have been sighted in a viral video assaulting the workers of the lodge in an early morning sting operation on Thursday.

“Olukoyede ordered the arrest of the 2 officers and has directed them to look earlier than a joint Disciplinary Team comprising the Appointment, Promotion and Disciplinary Committee,  APDC and the Department of Ethics and Integrity.

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“They are billed to look earlier than the Team on Monday July 1, on the Corporate Headquarters of the Commission,  Abuja.

“The team would look into the case of the officers and recommend appropriate disciplinary measures to be taken against them,” he stated.

According to him,  Olukoyede burdened that no stone might be left unturned in getting the officers to account for his or her unprofessional conduct.


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