The Edo State Police Commissioner, Alhaji Abutu Yaro, has established an ad hoc committee headed by the Deputy Commissioner of Police, Operations, Mr. James Chu, to investigate all cases of official corruption of officers and men of the Edo State Command. to research.

Alhaji Yaro said the commission was set up in response to an online video currently circulating on Twitter showing a police officer conducting an extortion interview with a road user identified as Arc Bolu on social media.

A statement from assistant commando spokesman Jennifer Iwegbu revealed that the errant police officer on the viral video was named Constable Victor Osabuohien.

Iwegbu said the police officer in the viral video has been arrested and is currently under investigation.

She said the commander’s provost, Mr Avanrenren Godwin, has been appointed deputy chairman of the commission.

The spokesperson revealed that six other police officers have previously been arrested on charges of official corruption and are undergoing investigations pending disciplinary action.

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He listed their names as God’spower Ijebu with AP/No 135192, ASP Ebatamole Philip (AP/No 199776, Inspector Ademola Benjamin (AP/No 271855), Inspector Inaite Vincent (AP/No 271825), Inspector Robert Esikise (AP/ No. 271897) and Inspector Adefaye Samuel (AP/No. 200713).


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