November 15, 2018
Metro News

SARS Reportedly Banned from Wearing Mufti or SARS Jacket in Nigeria

The Lagos State Police Command on Thursday, July 12, warned that any policeman who carries out operational duties in mufti will be sanctioned.

The Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, Mr Edgal Imohimi, made this known during the 3rd Stakeholders’ Security Meeting on Security Policing, organised by the Area ‘D’ Command, Mushin, with the theme: ‘Policing the Community by the Community.’

Imohimi, however, disclosed that only certain policemen were allowed to wear jackets with the inscriptions of their units on them.
Imohimi said:

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“Henceforth, no policeman should carry out operational duties in Lagos in mufti without police uniform. The only units allowed to wear jackets with the inscription of his unit on it are the Anti Cultism unit, Anti Kidnapping unit, RAIDER; and the Federal Special Anti Robbery Squad, FSARS.

“Every other policeman on operational duties must be in uniform. They will only be in mufti only if they are attached to the investigation unit of the command.

“We don’t want any policeman to cause us any embarrassment.”

In an attempt to buttress what he has said with action, the Command boss revealed that the two policemen, who allegedly assaulted a lawyer last week in Ikoyi area of Lagos, would be demoted in ranks, for wearing plain clothes to effect the arrest of the legal practitioner.

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