AIG orders detention of officers, orderly room trial over Man chained to police van




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The Assistant Inspector General of Police, Zone 5 headquarters Benin, Abubakar Adamu Muhammed, has ordered the detention and orderly room trial of Police officers who chained a bus driver, Odozi Kester to a police van in Benin.




The Assistant Inspector General of Police, Zone 5 headquarters Benin, Abubakar Adamu Muhammed, has ordered the detention and orderly room trial of Police officers who chained a bus driver, Odozi Kester to a police van in Benin.

Muhammed said this on Thursday in Benin while briefing journalists in reaction to the video in the media in which a man was chained to a police van in Benin.




He described the conduct of the policemen involved as unprofessional, which does not depicts the ethics and core value of the Nigeria police force and also violate the principle of democratic policing.

He said “full scale investigation into the matter has commenced while the officers involved would undergo orderly room trial. Those officers involved would be appropriately sanctioned”

While assuring that justice would be done on the matter, he urged the public to continue to support the Police in it task of sustaining peace and security.

Meanwhile, the victim, Odozi Kester who spoke to journalists at the AIG office, said he was arrested last Sunday by the police and chained to the police van after a passenger in his vehicle evaded arrest.




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