Eight cops captured in  for blackmail, attack

Eight cops captured in  for blackmail, attack

By Zuleihat Owuiye, Mamos Nigeria

The  State Police Order has captured four agents who supposedly attacked three men and blackmailed N6.5m from them.

The men were said to have been arrested from Omoluwabi in the state’s Ogba-Egbema-Ndoni Local Government Area, tagged as Internet crooks, and transported to Delta State, where they were said to have collected the money after being held there for two days.

It was discovered that the police captured the men on , and delivered them on

The state Chief of Police, Emeka Nwonyi, while marching the police officers before writers in Port Harcourt on Monday, said he was striving to free the order of rotten ones.

“You can see some police officers,” Nwonyi stated. They have been in detainment for over two weeks now for an offense. They are not from this order, but rather we captured them to show that we are here to cleanse ourselves.

“I think no other association has been more laxative like the police in tidying up the rotten ones in their framework and I need to be tested on that.”

However, the police chief did not reveal the officers’ identities.

 Essentially, Nwonyi marched one more arrangement of four cops, including three Examiners, captured for purportedly attacking a female worker.

He said the cops were on a pause and-search activity when they supposedly attacked the woman around Arcania Intersection, Ada George Street in Port Harcourt on Sunday.

He, “Endless supply of the protest, the commandant of the CP Observing Unit got the ball rolling and distinguished the officials as men of an Enemy of Cultism Unit on a pause and-search drove by Overseer

Agba Emmanuel, and three others to be specific Assessor Abgani Peter, Overseer Ozenewa Amadi and Sargeant Akuigbo Bartholomew.

“They have all been captured and in authority going through cross examination.

“Additionally, I’m interesting to the woman who was attacked to come to my office and provide us with her side of the occurrence for legitimate examination to be done.”

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