SARS is not bad clothes, it was destroyed by rotten eggs, says Ehindero on Sunday, ex-IGP.

Posted by on Oct 15, 2020, Under: News

SARS is not bad clothes, it was destroyed by rotten eggs, says Ehindero on Sunday, ex-IGP.

SARS is not bad clothes, it was destroyed by rotten eggs, says Ehindero on Sunday, ex-IGP.

Former Police Inspector General Sunday Echindero said the disbanded Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) itself is not bad equipment, but that they are bad eggs used by the unit that destroyed it.

Echindero said this when speaking at the presentation of the memoir of former Supreme Court Justice Sunday Akintana, Memories: My Journey Through Life, on Wednesday 14 October.

“There is no organization that does what we call quality control more than the police. Every year we take out rag eggs, interrogate them and send them, but there will always be rotten eggs in every service. One bad egg always spoils others. So, the unit is not badly equipped, now there are only bad operators in the unit. “He said

Going further, the former police chief said:

“SARS should be the police tooth in terms of robbery. They have to deal with thieves and you know thieves are difficult to deal with and in most cases, many police officers have been killed.

We need to reform it so that ARVI is born from the original goal. They need to go back and look at the original goal. “

He also supported the country’s comprehensive police reform, providing his staff with the training they need to operate in accordance with global standards.

“I’m more interested in training. Society lights up. Training was the main problem for the police. Now the police must act dynamically, ”he said.

Last week, Nigerians launched a protest calling for an end to SARS and police brutality. Police Inspector General Adamu Mohammed announced the disbandment of the unit on Sunday 11 October. However, Nigerians are still demanding a complete reform of the Nigerian police force.


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