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Police Dismisses Officer Who Killed Five Residents in Enugu

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Edem Ebong dismissed from police force
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The Enugu police command says it has dismissed a police inspector, Edem Ebong, for his alleged involvement in the killing of five persons in the state.

Enugu police spokesperson, Daniel Ndukwe,  made this known in a statement on Friday.

The statement reads: “The Enugu State Police Command wishes to inform the general public that the assistant inspector-general of police in-charge of Zone 13, Ukpo-Dunukofia Anambra State, AIG Muri Umar Musa, has approved the recommended punishment of dismissal from the Nigeria Police Force and prosecution of Inspector Edem Ebong, hitherto attached to Special Protection Unit (SPU) Base 9 Umuahia, for the offence of murder,”

“The approval is sequel to the command’s conclusion of disciplinary trial and thorough investigation launched into the case of alleged shooting and killing of five persons, as well as the injury of four others for no justifiable reasons, by the Police Inspector, at Golf Estate Enugu, on 20/06/2021.

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“To this end, the commissioner of police, CP Abubakar Lawal, while appreciating the general public, particularly residents of the state, for the level of patience and understanding shown while the disciplinary trial and investigation into the case lasted, has reiterated commitment to always deal decisively with police officers of the command, found culpable in disciplinary offences against extant codes of conduct, rules of engagement and standard operating procedures of the Nigeria Police Force, especially as it concerns respect for fundamental human rights of citizens.”

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