The police officer assaulting the woman in Delta state
The Nigerian Police Force through the Police Public Complaint Rapid Response unit has reacted to the brutal abuse a Nigerian woman suffered in the hands on a Police officer in Delta State.
According to the PPCRRU, investigations have already commenced to unravel what truly happened.
The young lady refused to allow them search one of her bags because it contained her panties. The officer was seen attacking the lady while raining abusive words on her.
Read below a statement by the Police Public Complaint Rapid Response unit.
Read the statement below:
PCRRU LAUNCH INVESTIGATION AFTER A VIDEO CAPTIONED “WE ARE NOT EVEN SAFE WITH THE POLICE” WAS POSTED ON SOCIAL MEDIA
The video of an altercation between a Police Mobile Force officer and a lady said to have occurred on 23.05.2018 along Mercy land road Warri, Delta State and circulating on social media has been brought to our attention.
The Public Complaint Rapid Response Unit (PCRRU) have commenced an investigation and would like to speak with the lady involved and witnesses.Please quote #PCRRU673916 when you call any of our phone lines in respect of this matter.
Members of the public are once again reminded that police officers doesn’t require search warrant to conduct a search on them or their luggage when accosted on public highways/roads. Citizens are also enjoined to be patience and obey simple police instructions during stop and search.
PCRRU is available 24/7 via; Calls Only: 0805 700 0001, 0805 700 0002 | SMS and WhatsApp Only: 0805 700 0003 BBM: 58A2B5DE | Twitter:@PoliceNG_PCRRU |Facebook: www.facebook.com/PolicePCRRU | Email:email@example.com OR PolicePCRRU@gmail.com | Website: www.npf.gov.ng/complaint
ACP ABAYOMI SHOGUNLE
ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER OF POLICE,
PUBLIC COMPLAINT RAPID RESPONSE UNIT (PCRRU),
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An investigation carried out by the Bauchi State Primary Healthcare Development Agency has revealed that illegal abortion by unqualified medical practitioners is the cause of mysterious deaths in Azare and other local government areas in the northern part of the state.
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The suspects were arraigned on Friday by the government at a Chief Magistrate Court sitting in Akure.
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