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Advocacy: (Video) The Nigerian Police Takes Part Responsibility for the UNIPORT 4 ALUU Killings

The Nigerian Police Public Relations Officer discusses the police’s role in the UNIPORT 4 ALUU killings.

“The Nigerian Police remains one of the few institutions in Nigeria that engages continuous internal cleansing.

Nigeria Police Force is one of the few agencies that admits wrongs also it comes out openly to expose its officers and personnel who have erred or gone wrong in one way or the other.

Mr.Mba said since the institution has taken purging the force of unscrupulous officers, Sergeant Lucky demonstrated such as he went on a frolic of his own because he went outside the code of conduct of the force to act on his own free will.
That the police swung into action to track the sergeant, arrested him, tried him and dismissed him then arraigned to let the world see his atrocities shows that the police is not shying away from its responsibilities.” – Channels TV

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