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Lawyers Berate Anambra CP Over Involvement In Investment Club

On Monday, a few attorneys criticized Aderemi Adeoye, the commissioner of police in Anambra State, for his involvement in commercial ventures that would damage the reputation of the Nigeria Police Force.


This comes at the same time that the force has remained silent regarding the accusations made against the CP by certain irate ATIC Enterprise members.


The club, which Adeoye allegedly set up online, is designed after the cooperative society concept and encourages members to deposit money in order to build riches for themselves.


After five years of payment, some irate club members claimed they invested in the acquisition of landed properties but had not yet received allocations.

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Additionally, they charged the CP with planned fraud, a charge Adeoye refuted in a follow-up phone conversation with our correspondent.


Adeoye said “We bought land as a cooperative. And we have one document for it in the name of the cooperative for each purchase. Am I supposed to tear the document into pieces and then begin to share them? We are an online investment platform. We published all the receipts and payments on our page, and every member sees them.”


The members had earlier petitioned the Inspector-General of Police on February 1, 2024, detailing their grievances. However, since the acknowledgement of the petition on February 5, 2024, which was sighted by our correspondent on Monday, the members claimed they had yet to receive any correspondence from the police force.



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