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Tuesday, October 6, 2020

10 things you need to know on the position of the IGP on FSARS and others

After Naira Marley conversation with the Nigerian Police yesterday, he took to his Twitter page to reveal 10 things you need to know on the position of the IGP on SARS, others. Here they are:

1. The IGP (Inspector General of Police) has banned FSARS, STS and IRT from routine patrol on the streets. 

2. The IGP has also banned FSARS, STS and IRT from conventional low-risk duties - stop and search, check point, mounting of road blocks, traffic checks, etc - with immediate effect. 

3. The IGP has warned that no police officer including personnel of FSARS, STS and IRT is authorised to embark on patrol or tactical assignment in mufti 

4. The IGP has directed that the FSARS, STS and IRT personnel must appear in their police uniforms or approved tactical gear while on official assignment. 

5. The IGP has banned the indiscriminate and unauthorised search of mobile phones, laptops and other smart devices. 

6. The IGP gas directed that personnel of FSARS and other Tactical Squads concentrate and respond only to cases of armed robbery, kidnapping and other violent crimes when the need arises. 

7. The IGP has ordered the X-Squad and the Monitoring Unit to monitor and arrest erring personnel of FSARS and other policemen on the road. 

8. The IGP warned that henceforth, the CP in charge of FSARS, CPs in charge of State Commands and FCT as well as their supervisory zonal AIGs will be held liable for misconduct of personnel of FSARS and others within their jurisdiction. 

9. In line with paragraph eight (8) above, the IGP has charged the affected AIGs and CPs to ensure an effective supervision of personnel of FSARS and others within their jurisdiction. 

10. The IGP has appealed to citizens not to allow the misconduct by a few personnel of the Force to negatively impact on their confidence and trust in the Police. 
Signed: DCP FRANK MBA, Police Pro, Abuja. 

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