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Police Keep Mum As Ogun High Court Orders Detention Of AIG Zone II, Superintendent Of Police



ABEOKUTA – Authority of Nigeria Police Force has kept mum over the order of an Ogun State High Court sitting in Igbesa area of the State that the Assistant Inspector General of Police in Zone II and one Superinten­dent, Tijani Taofiq be arrested for disobeying an order of the Court.

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Justice Olugbenga Ogun­fowora of the State High Court has ordered the duo’s arrest and detention in a suit involving a Chinese national, Chen Zheng, who is the inter­preter and Sales Manager of Hand in Hand Industry Nige­ria Limited.

When contacted on when the arrest order would be ef­fected, the Force Police Pub­lic Relations Officer, Muyiwa Adejobi said he was not aware of the case and that the Zonal Police Public Relations Officer, Hauwa Idris Adamu, should be contacted to speak on the matter.

When contacted, the Zonal PPRO whose name was given as Hauwa Idris Adamu also said he will find out about the case, adding that the Super­intendent of Police works in Ogun State and that she will li­aise with Ogun State Commis­sioner of Police on the case.

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She, however, kept mum on the order of arrest of the AIG under whom she serves.

Saturday INDEPENDENT also contacted the Police Pub­lic Relations Officer in Ogun State, Abimbola Oyeyemi, who also said the police officer was no more in Ogun State and that he had been redeployed back to Lagos.

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“He was once in Lagos before he was transferred to Ogun State, but as I speak with you, Supo Tijani has been redeployed back to Lagos, he’s no more in Ogun State, you can contact the zonal PPRO,” he said.

When Saturday INDEPEN­DENT reached out again to the ZPPRO, he informed that she was not aware of the develop­ment and that she will find out his status and revert.

According to her, it is pos­sible that he might have been redeployed to Lagos but not yet documented as at the time she was speaking with Saturday INDEPENDENT.

The Police officers had disobeyed the court order to pay N500,000 as damages and also pay N50,000 in favour of the Chinese national who was arrested and detained for an alleged criminal offence and later held his international passport.

Justice Ogunfowora had or­dered that the top officers be detained at the Ibara Correc­tional Centre, Abeokuta until the property of the Chinese man is returned back to him.

The Judge had ordered the release of the applicant’s international passport with No.EB4555829 since June 9th, 2020.

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