Dolapo Badmus speaks on arrest of four policemen who killed unarmed suspects inside a bus

Zone 2 Police Public Relations Officer, Dolapo Badmus warned her colleagues on the aftermath of extrajudicial killings as she commented on the arrest of four policemen who killed unarmed suspects inside a bus. 

Recall LIB reported that the arrested suspects attached to Iba Division Patrol team were identified as Inspector Fabiyi Omomayara, Sergeant Olaniyi Solomon, Sergeant Solomon Sunday and Corporal Aliyu Mukaila. 

Confirming the arrest of the policemen, Dolapo Badmus stated that they all joined the police for protection of lives and property, and are not paid to kill but to prevent and detect crime. The police spokesperson added that whoever violates the police operational guidelines must be ready to face the music. 

She wrote; 

For those tags, for those comments… I see everything! That we do not talk doesn’t mean no action is being taken… not so many people are interested in talk but actions! Action speaks louder than voice! We all joined police for protection of lives and property ! There are laid down rules and regulations guiding police operations…whoever violates the operational guidelines must be ready to face the music! The leadership of the force under the IGP won’t tolerate misuse of firearms or any act that violates police ethics! For these ones alleged to have shot some suspected armed robbers! Be informed that they’ve been identified to face the wrath! So for all calling me to action, please be informed action has been taken and now veil taken off them to bear their father’s name! We are not being paid to kill but prevent and detect crime. QED

We are paid to prevent and detect crime, not to kill - Dolapo Badmus speaks on arrest of four policemen who killed unarmed suspects inside a bus

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