Police Spokesperson Wants Officers Arrested for Attacking Driver’s Car with Rifle Butt and Stick

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Police PRO Order The Arrest Of Officers Filmed Using A Rifle Butt And Stick To Batter A Driver’s Car

The Nigerian Police Force (NPF) spokesperson, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Olumuyiwa Adejobi, strongly denounced the actions of two police officers captured on video assaulting a driver’s car. The footage, shared by a user known as X, depicted the officers using both a stick and a rifle butt to batter the vehicle while the driver attempted to flee the scene. The incident sparked widespread outrage, with many condemning the officers’ behavior as excessive and unacceptable.

In response to the video, ACP Adejobi condemned the officers’ actions and called for immediate measures to identify and interrogate those involved. The viral nature of the footage underscored the gravity of the situation, prompting swift condemnation and demands for accountability within the police force. The spokesperson’s condemnation reflected the sentiment that such behavior is not only unprofessional but also undermines public trust in law enforcement.

The caption accompanying the video, expressing dismay at the officers’ conduct and questioning their professionalism, echoed the sentiments of many who viewed the footage. The incident highlighted concerns about police misconduct and the need for reforms to ensure accountability and professionalism within the Nigerian Police Force. Such incidents contribute to a perception of law enforcement as lacking in discipline and adherence to ethical standards.

In his call to action, ACP Adejobi urged relevant authorities, including the Ben Hundeyin, Lagos Police, and the Police Complaints Response Unit (CRU), to take swift and decisive action. The emphasis on accountability and transparency in addressing police misconduct reflects efforts to restore public confidence and uphold the principles of justice and integrity within the Nigerian law enforcement community.

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