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End SARS: 37 officers to be sacked, 24 set for prosecution

The Police Service Fee (PSC) has penciled down 37 former operatives of the disbanded Particular Anti-Theft Squad (SARS), to be dismissed from service.

PSC may even order the prosecution of 24 different ex-operatives for varied acts {of professional} misconduct.

These have been the highlights of the Report of the Presidential Panel on Reform of the Particular Anti-Theft Squad arrange by the Federal Authorities in 2018.

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Presenting the report back to the PSC Chairman, Musiliu Smith, in Abuja on Friday, the Government Secretary of the Nationwide Human Rights Fee, Tony Ojukwu, referred to as for a speedy implementation of the panel suggestions.

An announcement by the PSC spokesman, Ikechukwu Ani, quoted Ojukwu to have mentioned: “We now have come to see a PSC decided to play a number one function within the reform of the Nigeria Police Pressure.”

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It added that “Ojukwu mentioned on the finish of the general public listening to, the panel really useful 37 law enforcement officials for dismissal and 24 have been really useful for prosecution.

“The panel additionally directed the Inspector -Basic of Police to unravel the identification of twenty-two officers concerned within the violation of the human rights of harmless residents.”

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