Nigerian police dismisses 1 inspector, 5 sergeants attached to Gov. Wike | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper

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The police have dismissed an Inspector and five sergeants attached to the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, over alleged misuse of firearms during the legislative rerun in the state in December last year.


They are ex-Inspct. Eyong Victor, ex-Sgts. Peter Ekpo, Oguni Goodluck, Orji Nwoke, Okpe Ezekiel and Tanko Akor.

The errant operatives were said to have stormed the Port Harcourt City Council Secretariat and prevented the movement of election results of Emouha polling unit to the appropriate collation centre designated by the Independent National Electoral Commission in disobedience to senior officers present.

Their actions were said to be contrary to the provisions of Force Order 237.

Parading the former policemen on Friday in Abuja, the Force Public Relations Officer, Donald Awunah stated that despite strict warnings from the Inspector-General of Police that all personnel on election duty should be of good conduct and desist from escorting their principals to polling units throughout the period of the election, the recalcitrant operatives were found blatantly breaching the directive.

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  1. A p c agenda well done I g, God dsy ooooo

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  2. What about those that fires bullets at the polling units and snatched ballot boxes? Those ones are APC police ba? Therefore they are saints. Yeye dey smell


    #Godwillfight4us#

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  3. Hausa..sheam to Amaechi and his group..allow this governor to work for rivers people..Amaechi use your brain this is your father land you don't politics to destroy you homeoooooo.power monger

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    1. When wike, and patience jonathan n gej did it to amechi. U ppl said it was ok. Wike was d power monger bcos he wanted d seat. But amech cannot want d seat. Wike n gej destroyed d peace in rivers state.

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