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The Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, has warned Officers to desist from searching the phones of members of the public except if it is an exhibit.

However, some Officers have refused to comply with the directives.

Some Officers are being investigated after a video recording of him searching the phone of a young man on the roadside went viral.

“We have informed the CP SWAT, CP Kolo Yusuf and DIG FCID, we hope to fish them out asap. Since some of our men are bent on denting the NPF’s image and deviating from our SOP, we won’t mind giving them their “doses” and sanctions in line with the provisions of the law. No sentiment in law at all, it’s a systemic thing and not personal.

“Unfortunately, many Nigerians and victims of their atrocities mount pressure on us to drop charges against the identified bad eggs and sweep the cases under the carpet, which could be counterproductive. Once you know you dont want to take up your case, there is no need to involve the FHQ and broadcast such, once it is being brought to our notice, or in the news, we are obliged to act and take necessary legal steps to sustain our values and ethics. So stop mounting pressure on FHQ or calling to wade in sentiments, it’s official not personally,”CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, intoned.

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