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HRJA replies police on claim of having least number of corrupt officers

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The Inspector General of Police, IG, Mr Solomon Arase has been told to caution his senior police officers, who represent him on occasions and make embarrassing statements and comments that are being credited to him, as some of their comments would ordinarily not represent the IG’s opinion or position.

Reacting to the comment that “The police has the least number of corrupt officers of all institutions in the country” made by the Commissioner of Police, Federal Capital Territory,Mr. Wilson Inalegwu, which was credited to the IG,  a rights group, Human Rights and Justice Advocates, HRJA, said that the Nigerian Police has the highest number of corrupt officers of all the institutions in the country, contrary to their claim.

According to the national Coordinator of HRJA, Mr. Anthony Ogomegbulam,  “In as much as the new IG is a fine and respected police officer who has records of good conduct, as he rose from ranks to become IG, he should not allow the officers he delegates to represent him at events rubbish his hard earned image, by making unguarded and wild claims to launder the image of the police when in actual sense he knows they are not representing the facts from their comments.

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