You Have Sacrificed Innocent Nigerians Just To Please The Powerful And Connected -Omoyele Sowore - Reportgist

You Have Sacrificed Innocent Nigerians Just To Please The Powerful And Connected -Omoyele Sowore

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According to the report from the Sun, Omoyele Sowore, the presidential candidate of the African Action Congress (AAC) in the 2023 general elections, has criticized the Nigeria Police Force, stating that they treat Nigerians like commodities.>>>CONTINUE FULL READING HERE

This remark was made in response to a comment by the Force Public Relations Officer (FPRO), ACP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, who sought public support for the police.
Adejobi appealed to Nigerians to collaborate with the police to achieve a better force, emphasizing that police personnel are integral members of society. “We are your brothers, sisters, uncles, nieces, nephews, wives, husbands, relations, and part of society. The police force belongs to all of us, and we deserve the best in this country,” Adejobi wrote on X (formerly Twitter) on Wednesday.

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In his reaction, Sowore argued that the police would garner more support if they treated Nigerians as human beings rather than commodities. “The @PoliceNG has never treated Nigerians as their brothers and sisters; never; Nigerians are always treated like commodities to be discarded and destroyed at the slightest provocation or no provocation at all,” Sowore stated.>>>CONTINUE FULL READING HERE

He further accused the police of sacrificing innocent Nigerians to please the powerful and connected, or those who could pay for such favors. “Many are languishing in jail today because @policeng opted to frame them up for a fee. Many are disabled. You shot at them at close range because you wanted to prove they committed crimes they didn’t commit, and many were killed because they refused to bribe your men/women at illegal checkpoints,” Sowore added.
Sowore concluded by questioning

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the police’s claim of fraternity with the public, pointing out the pain, anguish, destruction, and death experienced by many at the hands of the police. “How do you turn around and claim we are brothers and sisters when all we see and hear is the pain, anguish, destruction, and death you visit on compatriots?” he questioned>>>CONTINUE FULL READING HEREE

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