New Police Boss Adamu Reads Riot Act To Perpetuators Of Jungle Justice

New Police Boss Adamu Reads Riot Act To Perpetuators Of Jungle Justice

By Wires | The Trent on February 12, 2019
Mohammed Adamu, Frank Mba, Wilson Inalegwu, Abdul Danwawo, Adeyemi Ogunjemilusi, Maurice Yusuf, Ibrahim Lamorde, Elections
Mohammed Abubakar Adamu: the acting Inspector general of the Nigeria Police Force

Mohammed Adamu, the inspector general of Police, on Monday, February 11, 2019, said that his regime would no longer tolerate jungle justice and other social disorder in the society.

Disclosing this in a statement signed by ACP Frank Mba, the Force public relations officer, Adamu condemned the recent publicized incident in the social media portraying the unsavoury debasement and incalculable assault on one Odugu Blessing Dada ‘f’, 45yrs, of No. 77 Morka Street, Boji-boji Owa in Ika North East LGA of Delta State.

He expressed deep concern over the increasing acts of impunity and jungle justice and dehumanising treatment meted out to Nigerians by unscrupulous persons.

The IGP therefore warns that his regime which has zero tolerance for human rights abuse especially gender based violence, will do everything humanly possible and within the ambit of the law to put an end to the scourge and effectively prosecute all offenders.

The IGP calls on all Nigerians to steer-clear of human rights violations and all manner of impunity and jungle justice and to report all incidence to the nearest relevant authority.

The new police boss warned that henceforth violators of the rights of human persons will be dealt-with in accordance with the law.


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