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SARS: Abayomi Shogunle, Dolapo Badmos affected as Police demotes, dismisses 37 officers [Full list]

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The Nigeria Police has dismissed and demoted some former members of the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

The Police Service Commission (PSC) is expected to order the prosecution of 24 other ex-SARS operatives for various acts of misconduct.

Names and service numbers of those sanctioned became public on Saturday.

Abayomi Shogunle, a former Head of the Public Complaint Rapid Response Unit (PCRRU), and a former Police Public Relations Officer, Lagos State Command, Dolapo Badmos were demoted.

Full list: Abayomi Shogunle, AP No, 42056; Dominic Agasa, AP No, 120397; Nanbol Lado, AP No, 51071; Ogalgu Tochuckwu, AP No, 190655; Sanusi Rasaki, AP No, 57052, Fakorede Victor, AP No, 41985; Dolapo Badmos, AP No, 87058.

Abdulhameed Awodi, AP No 119444; Erhabo Uwagbie, AP No 86180; Idolor Godsent, AP No 158580; Mustpha Abubakar, AP No 119167; Idoko, AP No 85036; Ilya Aliyu, AP 94982; Asabe Luke, AP No, 130296; Angela Akaro, AP No, 50829.

Iyanda Olufemi AP No, 122857; Gajere Taluwai, AP No, 50569; Ehis Oba, AP No, 129595; Edem Michael, AP No, 1256967; Agha AMA, AP No, 119535; Yusuf Lateef, AP No, 36725; Eliaz Casmir, AP No 57688; Oluwafunmilola, AP No, 122864; Mkay Ali, AP No, 111702.

Ado Doko, AP No, 46664; Sani Muhammad, AP No, 50679; Adamu Shaba, AP No, 140320; Adamu Bunu, AP No, 42565; Giade Sabo, AP No, 50579; Dattijo Abdullahi, AP No, 87072; Yahaya Shem, AP No, 86216; Tijani Richard, AP No, 46670; Nwamanna Nelson, AP No, 46675.

Henry Kaboshio, AP No, 50431; Talba Mohammed, AP No, 119579; John Rotimi, AP 57622; Oviemuno Richard, AP No, 87501; Anonde Christopher, AP No, 90934; Godwin Agbo, AP No, 95853; Dr. Emmanuel Eze, AP No, 50282.

Hassan Hamidu, AP No, 118063; Theresa Nuhu, 59661; Yisa Gana, AP No, 47717; Ekong Sunday, AP No, 63069; Oboh Irene, AP No, 145355; Okoukoin Daniel, AP No, 181311; Ogedegbe Abraham, AP, 86152.

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Lagos State Breaks Silence On The Discovered Covid19 Palliatives That Was Allegedly Hidden

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Lagos State Breaks Silence On The Discovered Covid19 Palliatives That Was Allegedly Hidden.

Lagos State government has broken silence on the discovery of the warehouse where COVID 19 palliatives for Lagos State were hidden and looted by angry Nigerians.

According to the Permanent Secretary of Ministry Of Agriculture, Lagos State, the palliatives is not meant Lagos State alone and it was kept in the warehouse about a month ago.

According to the RS, they stopped sharing the palliatives because of the #EndSars protest. He added that they do not like to make noise when sharing to avoid chaos and crowd.

Do you know that those items also belong to BUA group of companies and Some other states? Lagos State has been distributing its own. It was less than a month that those palliatives were officially handed to Lagos. We had to start doing rebagging and that took us some time. We have given to religious bodies, transporters, artisans, physically challenged pe0p|e and so on.

Even the community that is looting now were given. And what they have looted belongs to other groups. So people saying we are heartless are rea||y uninformed. it is because of endsars that we were told to stop. We do not have to make noise when we distribute because of chaos. It is so sad.

withinnigeria Lagos State Breaks Silence On The Discovered Covid19 Palliatives That Was Allegedly Hidden

Lagos State government has broken silence on the discovery of the warehouse where COVID 19 palliatives for Lagos State were hidden and looted by angry Nigerians.

According to the Permanent Secretary of Ministry Of Agriculture, Lagos State, the palliatives is not meant Lagos State alone and it was kept in the warehouse about a month ago.

According to the RS, they stopped sharing the palliatives because of the #EndSars protest. He added that they do not like to make noise when sharing to avoid chaos and crowd.

The Chief Press Secretary to Lagos State Governor also wrote on twitter;

‘This is falsehood. This is inciting. The Gov didn’t lock the food packs in. They’re in warehouse for distribution. Stop inciting Nigerians. Gov. @jidesanwoolu used his personal and State

resources to get food pa||iative for vulnerable Lagosians even b4 Ca-COVID. Promote peace.”

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