Stella Dimoko Acting Inspector General Of Police Disbands FSARS,SIP And Others


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Monday, January 21, 2019

Acting Inspector General Of Police Disbands FSARS,SIP And Others

The Acting Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has decentralised the operations of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, which was earlier centralised by his predecessor, Ibrahim Idris.

The acting IG Adamu, who met with Command Commissioners of Police and other senior officers in Abuja on Monday (today), explained that the squad will henceforth operate under the state Commissioners of Police, while the Force headquarters unit would be under the DIG, Federal Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department.
Operations of SARS were centralised at the Force Headquarters before this current development

He said that a comprehensive reform in terms of ethics, mode of operation, nomenclature and orientation, function delineation command and control and accountability mechanism of SARS will be undertaken.
He said that the DIG FCIID and CPs would be held liable for any professional misconduct resulting from the operations of the units in their commands.

Adamu also disbanded all quasi-investigation and operations outfits, including the Special Investigation Panel, Special Tactical Squad, IG Monitoring and Intelligence Team, among others.

The IG said that the essence of the reorganisation was to restore order and stop the current slide in policing standards.
Adamu also said it would discourage the proliferation of multiplicity of outfits competing for operational space in unprofessional manner.

The Police boss charged the officers to remain dedicated to their duties by exhibiting the highest level of leadership and character.


*Great News or not?


  1. They always start great and nice at the beginning in order to gain the peoples confidence and after a while turn into something else. Let me not believe this will be the same with the others but again remember he is still acting, so anything to make him look better.

  2. This is a sad news. It’s #endsars all over again. Lord help us

  3. Stella please i beg you in the name of God to get informed and read a lot before sharing a news. SARS HAS NOT BE DISMANTLED BUT THE IGP HAS JUST RETURNED SARS back to the state police commands and placing it under the control of states police commissioners which is BAD NEWS. With this order, they will amplify the impunity they are executing via police with their control of SARS. It is a set back and bad news for our youths.

    Please post this so our youths can be informed and stay out of danger. You usually don't post comments that tend to correct you. Thank you

  4. When did the police become a great news in Nigeria? Do you know how many innocent people have been arrested and killed by Police in Nigeria? Now, SARS will be under the same umbrella with the police, more dead people, arrests and abuse will be done. You are in trouble Nigerian youths.This is something that can really make you to vote for the right people, otherwise 2019 to 2023 will be the worst years for Nigerians.

  5. Great news... O I hope SARS will be stripped off their shoulders pad. Nonsense and Ingredients

  6. Jeez see all them saying great news.
    Weep for my country Nigeria

  7. What is great about this news? Absolutely NOTHING! We took a step forward with the #endsars campaign and here he comes and takes 3steps back.

  8. No Stells, not great news atall #endsars

  9. OK oh. Whatever rocks their boat.


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