Princess Ife on May 16 claimed that an operative of the
Federal Special Anti-Robery Squad (FSARS), Inspector Charles
Omotosho, threatened to shoot at them, except they paid a
‘ransom’ of N5000.
She wrote;
“With my encounter today, it is safe to say SARS are armed robbers.
Was going for a shoot in Ikorodu today and armed member of SARS
pulled us over and made us pay for no reason. .
Threatening they were going to waste our lives. I made a transfer so
that they can be traced.”
Well, three months after the Public Complaint Rapid Response
Unit (PCRRU) of the Police Force promised to investigate the
issue and make findings of the investigation public, the SARS
officer has been handed his sack letter.
Announcing the dismissal of Omotosho following the police’s
investigations, the PCRRU tweeted;
“UPDATE #PCRRU316356. The Assistant-Inspector General of
Police Zone 2, Lagos, AIG Ibrahim Adamu has reviewed the
Orderly Room proceedings and approved the punishment of
dismissal of AP. No. 136207 Inspr. Charles Olusola Omotosho
from @PoliceNG wef 16.07.2018.
Omotosho attached to SARS Ikorodu, Lagos at the time was
found guilty of Corrupt Practices and Discreditable Conduct
contrary to Para. C (ii) and E (iii) of Police Act and Regulations

CAP. P19 LFN 2004.
Three other accomplices of the dismissed Inspector were
awarded punishment of reduction in rank from Sergeant to
Corporal by the AIG. All @PoliceNG items (uniforms & ID card)
have since been retrieved from the dismissed Inspector.”

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