Police have dismissed three of their personnel for their roles in the illegal search of the Abuja residence of Chief Edwin Clark.
The 4th and leader of the team, ASP David Dominic, has been queried and he is still under investigation for alleged professional misconduct and infringement of the fundamental rights of the elder statesman, an offence, the force said could eventually lead to his sack.
Their dismissal was made public Thursday in a press statement issued by Force Public Relations Officer, Acting DCP, Jimoh Moshood.
The statement read thus: “The Inspector General of Police has approved the dismissal from the service of the Nigeria Police Force, three (3) Inspectors namely: (i) AP/No. 18858 Inspr Godwin Musa (ii) AP/No. 225812 Inspr Sada Abubakar and (iii) AP/No. 225828 Inspr Yabo Paul, and the immediate interdiction of AP. No 158460 ASP David Dominic who were involved in the unauthorized, illegal and unprofessional misconduct in the search of the residence of Elder Statesman, Chief Edwin Clark, in Asokoro, Abuja on 4th September, 2018”… Read more