Twitter user @ikwerreman who shared the report disclosed that the men who wore SARS uniform but with no mask on, trailed the man from the bank where he made the withdrawal. Read his tweets below;
Happening now at Abacha road, GRA, Port Harcourt. SARS, or men dressed in SARS uniform just robbed a fellow of 5 million naira. Man is distraught. He was followed from the bank.
The cameraman is me. You want me to show the face of the man that was robbed? He was weeping and wailing like a baby. It wouldn’t have been fair for me to do that na
Happening now at Abacha road, GRA, Port Harcourt. SARS, or men dressed in SARS uniform just robbed a fellow of 5 million naira. Man is distraught. He was followed from the bank. pic.twitter.com/WPlqaCEgH6
— china acheru (@Ikwerreman) July 31, 2018
Recall that few weeks ago, AIG Adamu Ibrahim, in charge of Zone 2 Command, approved the dismissal of four policemen attached to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), Ikeja, Lagos State, over alleged robbery and other crimes. CSP Dolapo Badmus, the Zone’s spokesperson, confirmed the dismissal in Lagos.
According to Badmus, the dismissed officers are Sgt. Adeoye Adekunle; Sgt. Adekitan Adebowale; Sgt. Agbi Lucky and Sgt. Odighe Hehosa. She said that the four policemen were dismissed and subsequently charged to court for armed robbery, kidnapping, unlawful detention, intimidation and threatening violence. Badmus said that the panel recommended them for dismissal based on the report of the investigation carried out on a petition against them.
“The petitioner stated that on June 4, 2017, he was in his house around Alagbado area of the state when four armed men stormed his house to effect his arrest on the allegation of performing ‘FAKE’ miracles.
“He stated that after his arrest, he was taken to one hotel at Agege where he was detained and threatened to be killed if he fails to cooperate. He explained further that the following day, June 5, 2017, he was taken to the bank where he was made to transfer N7 million to the account of one of the operatives.
“On receipt of the petition, the AIG ordered investigation into the case. On the strength of investigation, it was revealed that no proper police procedure for investigation was followed in Mr Chukwudi’s arrest.
“The four SARS operatives actually abducted the man from his house and unlawfully detained him in the hotel under the guard of the suspects for personal gain,” Badmus said.