SARS: “Record any faulty officer”- Police directs Nigerian youths

SARS: “Record any faulty officer”- Police directs Nigerian youths

The Nigerian Police has restated its commitment to the ban on some activities of SARS operatives in the country.

We had reported that Naira Marley on Tuesday morning canceled a planned protest after persuasions from the Nigeria Police.

His announcement came a few hours after the Minister of Youth Sunday Dare

appealed to the singer not to protest, adding that the government is on the issue.

However, the Police Spokesperson, Frank Mba during an Instalive chat with singer

Naira Marley on Tuesday insisted that the Police are serious with the ban on some activities of SARS.

Mbah noted that every reform that has been rolled out in the outcry’s wake against

the police unit will be strictly adhered to, adding that they will deal every erring police officer with.

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He affirmed that it is not a criminal act for youths to have tattoos, dreadlocks, and dress any way they want.

“I urge Nigerians to record erring officers as long as they are safe

and also avoid giving attention to police officers who are not wearing their uniforms.

“It is illegal for SARS operatives or other police officers to go through the mobile phones or properties of citizens,” he said.

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