Jos: Two police officers dismissed for selling ammunition

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The Nigeria Police Force has dismissed two of its Officers serving at its Divisional Office in Barkin-Ladi Local Government Area of Plateau State, for allegedly selling some ammunition to the public among various crimes. Aside the dismissed officers, 13 car snatchers/armed fabricators were also paraded.

Mr. Chris Olakpe who is the State Police Commissioner made this disclosure on Thursday, while briefing journalists in his office in Jos.

According to him, the officers were dismissed 24 hours ago, following the directives of the Inspector General of Police that there is “no place for a criminal police officer in the Police Force”.

The two officers whose names were given as Constable Emmanuel Dakol and Corporal Joseph Dakup, were said to have specialized in selling ammunition to the public.[DailyPost Nigeria]

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