- The Nigerian Police Force (NPF) says it will not condone unruly actions by its officers
- Police officers have been warned by the Inspector General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali Baba to comply with the law for the police
- IGP Alkali also sanctioned an immediate disciplinary action against a non-commissioned officer Isaac Mathew for misconduct
FCT, Abuja – Nigerian police have arrested one of their officers, Corporal Matthew Isaac, who was seen in a viral video declaring that Singing praises of a cult group.
Nigerian Police Spokesperson Olumuyiwa Adejobi made the announcement in a statement released on Saturday, May 7 /p>
Adejobi said the police condemn such action as it violates the legal provisions of the interdiction Code of Conduct for the Police.
“His actions also violated the provisions of the NPF Social Media Policy (SMP), Penal Codes and other existing laws governing the behavior and discipline of all police officers.”
IGP Alkaline Orders Immediate Disciplinary Action Against Ebonyi Police Officers
Meanwhile, as per the statement, Inspector General of Police IGP Usman Alkali Baba has directed the Police Commissioner in Ebonyi to enforce disciplinary action on Corporal Isaac.
The IGP further warned officials to ensure full compliance with the laws governing the force, as any violation would be severely sanctioned.
The PDP reacts as the police take over the party secretariat and restrict freedom of movement .
In another develop The leadership crisis is currently rocking the chapter of Nigeria’s leading opposition party in Abia state, the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP).
The situation appears to have worsened as armed police agents have now taken over the secretariat, although the PDP spokesman in the state said that was not the case.
Tension as thugs attack a prominent PDP senator in the southeast state
Similarly, on Tuesday, April 19, suspected political thugs attacked the Senate of minority leader Enyinnaya Abaribe in Abia state.
The PDP gubernatorial candidate in Abia state had gone to a consultation meeting with party stakeholders at Okpuala Ngwa, the headquarters of the Isiala Ngwa North Council.
Sources said that Chuk’s Amaike, shortly after the Senate Minority Leader b who had begun to address stakeholders was attacked by a man later identified as the council’s vice-chairman.