Policemen who took photos with Nnamdi Kanu‎ will be severely punished– IGP | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper f

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Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, ​has​ policemen who took photographs with Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra leader, IPOB, will be punished.

The IG ​spoke on Thursday when he addressed policemen at the Police College, Ikeja during a two-day visit to Lagos.
He said: “Nationalism is key. Some officers were taking pictures with Nnamdi Kanu and this is someone that is challenging the unity of this country.
“We will not take it with levity. There should be no double loyalty to Nigeria. No matter your rank, your commitment to the country should be absolute.
“As policemen, you must be committed to unity, leadership and authority of government of this country. No double standards are allowed.”
Idris, however, commended the policemen for their commitment to duty, saying, “you are important for this job. We depend on you.”
He said 10,000 more personnel had been recruited and undergoing training to boost the nation’s police.
Idris disclosed that additional 88 area commands would be created to boost operational efficiency.
He said: “We are waiting for approval from the PSC for the 88 new area commands and by extension, this means we are going to have more assistant commissioners of police.
“This will also create room for more chief superintendents of police to be promoted. Do your best in your duties and you will be promoted.
“We are changing the face of policing in Nigeria, policemen that are people-oriented with the satisfaction of the citizens as the primary focus.”
The IG emphasised his zero tolerance for corruption and warned police personnel to shun collecting money for bail.
He said: “Bail is free. If you collect money for bail, you will pay the price and we will kick you out of the force.
​”​Your duty is to provide services for the protection of lives and properties of the citizens.”
Idirs also charged his men to respect the fundamental human rights of the citizenry, as well as their right to free speech and movement.
His words: “Section four of the Nigeria Police Act gives you the police officer the right to arrest anyone that constitutes offence, irrespective of your rank.
“Despite the rank, a constable can arrest a minister or anyone that contravenes the law of the nation but you must use that right judiciously.”

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  1. It's Nnamdi Kanu's fundamental human rights. Get clear, Mr IGP.

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    1. Really? You talk like a 10-year-old who tells his parents that it is his fundamental human right to go to party with someone who wants to wipe out his family.

      Would it be "fundamental human right" for the Nigerian Police to wine and dine with, and pose for photographs with Boko Haram?

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  3. Confused and sarcastic human beings,how will u punish them when u ignored the ones who took picture with Evans the notorious kidnapper.

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  4. So far they are working4 Nigeria govt, why on earth would they take pics with the enemy of one Nigeria.

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    1. That is the confusion would-be Biafrans face. They don't believe in Nigeria, they say Nigeria is a zoo, yet they want to live in and make money from Nigeria. What a contradiction! Why don't they all move to Biafra territory and make their living there?

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