In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 15th, October, 2020

“SARS Is Not A Unhealthy Outfit, Unhealthy Eggs Destroyed It”- Ex-IGP Sunday Ehindero Says

"SARS Is Not A Bad Outfit, Bad Eggs Destroyed It"- Ex-IGP Sunday Ehindero Says



Sunday Ehindero

Sunday Ehindero, an ex-Inspector Common of Police, has stated that the lately dissolved Particular Anti-robbery Squad (SARS) isn’t a nasty outfit, however have unhealthy operators within the unit.

Ehindero stated this whereas talking on the presentation of “Reminiscences: My Journey By way of Life”, a memoir of Sunday Akintan, a retired choose of the supreme courtroom, on Wednesday, October 14.

“There isn’t any organisation that does what we name high quality management greater than the police. Annually, we weed out the unhealthy eggs, question and ship them away however there’ll at all times be unhealthy eggs in any service. A nasty egg will at all times corrupt others. So, the unit isn’t a nasty outfit, we solely have unhealthy operators within the unit now.” he stated.

Talking additional, the previous police boss stated;

“SARS is meant to be the tooth of the police when it comes to theft. They’re to confront robbers and you understand robbers are individuals which might be troublesome to deal with and typically you might have plenty of police have been killed.

There’s a have to reform it, in order that from the preliminary goal which birthed SARS. They’ve to return and take a look at the preliminary goal.”

He additionally advocated complete reform of the nation’s police drive by offering its officers with requisite coaching required to function according to world requirements.

“I’m extra inquisitive about coaching. The society is getting enlightened. Coaching has been the principle drawback of the police drive. There’s dynamism in how the police ought to function now
” he stated.

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Final week, Nigerians started a protest to demand the top of SARS in addition to an finish to police brutality. The Inspector-Common of Police, Adamu Mohammed, introduced the disbandment of the unit on Sunday, October 11.  Nigerians are nevertheless nonetheless clamoring for an entire reform of the Nigerian Police Power.

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