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Reps Summon IGP Over Police Brutality And Extra-Judicial Killings


The House of Representatives has given a seven-day final proposal to the Inspector General of Police, Mr. Adamu Mohammed to show up before its joint board on equity, human rights and police affairs.

IGP Mohammed is to show up before the board over claims pestering on police fierceness and extra-judicial killings.

Tending to a news meeting in Abuja, the director of the joint council on justice, human rights and police affairs. Representative Ugonna Ozurigbo clarified that the IGP is relied upon to show up one week from now Thursday, October 22nd, 2020.

Ozurigbo also urged casualties of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) to aid the committee with multiple and vital information and evidences that would aid in carrying out this task.

The council intends to direct formal proceedings in the six international zones of the nation, to hear the records of groups of perished casualties and those that are unlawfully kept by the police.
Protesters have been showing for longer than seven days, requesting a conclusion to police mercilessness and extrajudicial killings. Nonetheless, the fights have increased in spite of the disbanding of SARS by the police.

A fairly ‘rushed’ establishing of another unit which is to assume control over the obligations of SARS appears to have additionally goaded the dissidents, making the showings across significant urban communities of the nation more intense.

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