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Arase To IGP: Probe Competence Of State CPs Over Killing Of Officers In Delta, Imo State

 

 

Solomon Arase, the chairman of the Police Service Commission (PSC), has expressed concern and regret about the recent spike in police killings across the nation, particularly in the states of Delta and Imo.

Arase urged Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Kayode Egbetokun to reevaluate the capability of the nation’s state command leaderships.

 

The nation’s security community was recently rocked by tragedy when six police officers were killed in an ambush in Delta state.

 

There are still six missing officers.

The tragedy occurred in Okuama, Delta state, on March 14, when some youths killed eighteen army officers and personnel.

 

The police declared the loss of the “courageous officers” to be catastrophic.

 

There were four sergeants and two inspectors slain.

 

In order to prevent significant police casualties, Arase stated that there should be repercussions for the preventable tragedy. He also added that any state commissioner of police who is determined to be inept, disreputable, and tactically or operationally brittle should be removed.

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According to a statement issued on Sunday by the Head, Press and Public Relations, PSC, Ike Ikechukwu Ani: “The Police Service Commission has condemned in strong terms the new wave of killings of Police Officers on official duties stressing that these Officers are also Nigerians who deserve the support, encouragement and protection of the citizens.

 

“The Commission wishes to condole the Inspector General of Police, Dr. Olukayode Egbetokun on these unfortunate developments especially at a time when all hands are supposed to be on deck to rid the nation of militancy and banditry.

 

“The Chairman of the Commission, Dr. Solomon Arase, CFR, retired Inspector General of Police said the killings in some states across the nation has become worrisome.

 

“He lamented that “we have had more than a fair share of these ugly developments in recent times and called for integrated intelligence policing.

 

“The PSC Chairman condoled the families of the slain Officers and said time has come for state Command Commissioners to rise up to the occasion.

 

“He enjoined the serving Officers not to be demotivated by these ugly developments but to reenact their indomitable fighting spirit that the Force is known for to ward off this new wave of assaults.”

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