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Nigeria Immigration Service Accused of Shielding Officer Who Allegedly Slapped Colleague From Prosecution

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Nigeria Immigration Service Accused of Shielding Officer Who Allegedly Slapped Colleague From Prosecution

A Deputy Superintendent of Immigration, Yemi Badru, has accused Muhammed Babandede, Comptroller-Basic of the Nigeria Immigration Service, and different high-ranking officers throughout the service of protecting Umar Mohammed, a superior officer, who assaulted him in 2019.

In response to FIJ, Badru’s plight started on July 31, 2019, after he refused to breach the immigration protocol to favour a request made by Mohammed.

He claimed Mohammed had, in anger, slapped him a number of occasions due to his refusal until he suffered a nosebleed.

Badru said that the Lagos State Command of the NIS subsequently carried out an investigation on the matter and in its report advisable a three-week suspension for the erring officer.

Regardless of the advice, nevertheless, he stated Mohammed by no means served the suspension.

The aggrieved immigration officer stated the D18 Unit of the State Felony Investigation Division, Panti, Yaba, Lagos, sought authorized recommendation from the Lagos State Ministry of Justice after it additionally performed an investigation on the difficulty.

“The Lagos State Ministry of Justice, by means of the Director, Directorate of Public Prosecution, after finding out the duplicate case file despatched to them by the police, concluded that Mohammed has a case to reply,” he stated.

Badru additionally stated that regardless of all efforts made by Barristers Saliu and Araba, state counsel assigned by the Lawyer-Basic of Lagos State to prosecute the case towards Mohammed, the accused was by no means hung out in police custody.

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“They’ve written a number of letters to the Nigeria Police Power whereby they sought the eye of E. A Ayodele, the IPO of D18 Unit of State CID Panti Yaba, Lagos State, to arrest and arraign the accused Umar Mohammed earlier than the Justice of the Peace Courtroom 3, Tinubu, Lagos State, Mohammed was granted an administrative bail by the police,” he said.

Badru stated the police has refused to arrest Mohammed as a result of ‘he’s nonetheless a serving member of the NIS’.

In response to Badru, neither the NIS nor its Comptroller-Basic has additionally acknowledged any of the letters despatched to them by the police previously requesting that Mohammed be allowed to face prosecution.

“Now, I would like Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, the Minister of Inside, to be energetic on the matter,” he said.

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