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theguardian.comhttp://www.yohaig.ng/wp-content/banners/sports-betting/bet9ja/bet9ja-nigeria-sports-betting-3.jpgDespite receiving training on human rights of citizens, officers
of the Nigeria Police Force have continued to unlawfully detain,
torture, and harass members of the public, victims of police abuse told a human rights
panel in Lagos.


The panel, which comprised members of the National Human Rights Commission and Human Rights Law Services, held a public hearing
on police abuses in Nigeria on Monday.


More than 30 participants had been in attendance such as the Network of Police Reforms in Nigeria, Prisoners Rehabilitation and Welfare Action, and other
civil society organizations.


A communique issued at the end of the hearing named for, amongst other measures,
civil society organizations to initiate campaigns to hold Divisional Police Officers responsible for violations at
their police stations.


In 2014, some civil society organizations collaborated with the Nigeria
Police to create a police-training curriculum that would replace the
outdated colonial police instruction manual applied
in police training institutions.


The old curriculum lacked human rights content material, a gap which
the new manual set out to fill and further upgrade it
to international standards for law enforcement education.


The Nigeria Police Force formally adopted the new education curriculum and the manual for use in police training institutions and for all level
of police education and retraining.


But despite the adoption of the new curriculum by the Force, police officers have continued to
abuse the human rights of Nigerian citizens and, in some cases, commit extrajudicial killings.



Monday’s public hearing, according to the organizers, was
among methods to assess human rights compliance by law enforcement agencies following human rights education primarily based on the
new curriculum.


TESTIMONIES OF TORTURE

Six victims of police abuse testified at the public hearing.



Sylvester Ihejirika, 27, narrated how he bought a 1999 model of Toyota Sienna from a automobile dealer in Port Harcourt for
which he had a balance of N10,000 to spend.



He said the car or truck dealer’s stern demand for the balance turned to threats and ultimately police arrest.



He was detained at the Olusegun Obasanjo Police Command in Port Harcourt for a day and later transferred to Benin,
Edo State, exactly where he spent one more day in police custody.

Thereafter, he was moved to Obada in Ogun State where he was held
in police detention for more than two weeks.


Mr. Ihejirika said he was beaten, maltreated, and his family members
were extorted more than N170,000, portion of the income which was
paid via electronic bank transfer to a single investigative police officer known as ‘Scorpion.’


He tendered accounts details to buttress his claims.


Throughout his ordeal, Mr. Ihejirika mentioned he was
not initially permitted to make contact with his lawyer or family members member.
He was lastly released right after two weeks in detention and without having any explanation.


His request was for the police to release his car and refund the N170,000 extorted from him and his family.




One more victim, Paul Nwachukwu, who was detained at the exact
same location with Mr. Ihejirika, corroborated his story concerning the misconducts of police officers at Zone two Unique Intervention Force, Abeokuta, and
particularly the officer called ‘Scorpion.’


Blessing Taiwo, a 43-year-old Administrative Officer with Afri-Invest, Lagos, was arrested by the police on the accusation by her boss, Abiola Ojo-Sanni that she stole about $50,
000 from the office while she travelled.


Her case was transferred, from the Ikoyi Division exactly where she was arrested, to the Anti-Kidnapping Unit in Panti, Yaba.



She said when in detention, the police extorted numerous sums
of cash from her loved ones and colleagues who were also detained along with her, adding that her younger sister
and the wife of one of the co-detainees have been sexually harassed by men of the Anti-kidnapping Unit.



Her case attracted media attention and led to the new Lagos Commissioner
of Police, Imohimi Edgal, ordering an investigation into the sexual harassment claims,
the report of which is however to be produced public.



Mrs. Taiwo requested that having been found innocent, she ought to be cleared by the police and restored back
to her job.


A employees of an environmental rights nongovernmental organization, Chime Asonye,
had gone to take photographs of the demolition of some slums in the
Badia location of Lagos when armed police officers
assaulted
him and pushed him into a waiting Black Maria.


Later, he was taken to the Oshodi office of the Lagos
State Activity Force, along with other residents of Badia whose houses had been demolished,
where he was made to delete the photographs he had
taken.


He was released on the very same day following he was created to enter an undertaking, on behalf of himself
and other detainees, not to record scenes of demolition once again.


Another lady, Ann Okpara, was arrested by officials of the Intelligence Response Group at the Lagos State
Police Command Headquarters on July 14, 2017, at Igando, Lagos.



According to Mrs. Okpara, 36, she was arrested in lieu of her husband whom the police alleged was an accomplice to Evans, the billionaire
kidnapper who is currently facing criminal trial.



Amidst tears, she narrated to the panel how she was manhandled
in the process of her arrest and taken into detention at the
Lagos State Police Command, exactly where she was beaten to the point of
coma.


The police officers who carried out the
acts, according to her, incorporated one
Philip, Christian, and Idowu. She said she received injuries to her forehead,
scars of which she still carries.


Her husband, Linus, thinking his wife had been kidnapped, reported the case to the Igando Police Station.


Mrs. Okpara mentioned she was later led by the police
to arrest her husband at their property in Igando and the man, a civil
engineer
by profession, is nonetheless getting held at the Lagos State Police Command for over three months.



At the time of her arrest, Mrs. Okpara stated she was nursing a child who was delivered
prematurely, adding that the police ignored it and took her into detention for over two weeks.



She further mentioned the police collected N50,000 from her brother
purportedly to release her took her to their home and collected the
couple of valuables they could lay hands on, like
a rechargeable fan, ladies handbags which she sells and the husband’s car, a
Toyota Camry, 1999 model. They additional collected N40,000,
N5,000 and an additional N20,000 from her husband.



Mrs. Okpara said her sister was threatened and intimidated at the Police Command and N1,
000 collected from her. On August 9, she mentioned the police demanded a further N170,000 out of which N100,000 was provided to them.



She requested for the release - or that he be charged
to court - of her husband whom she mentioned is
asthmatic and also suffering from hernia.


In the case of Cosmas Iwuala, 49, who resides
at Ejigbo, Lagos he was arrested and detained in Asaba,
Delta State, after he reported that his account was frozen by his bank on the allegation that
N600,000 was illegally transferred to the account.



While he provided to return the cash to the individual who paid the revenue into his account, he was still arrested and held in custody in Asaba, Mr.
Iwuala said.


Mr. Iwuala mentioned he was charged to court at Asaba and when the
magistrate discovered no case against him, he ordered for his release.



Immediately he stepped out of the court, the police rearrested Mr.
Iwuala and detained him for "several weeks."


The victim mentioned while in detention, he was created
to pay N80,000 to be kept in a particular and much more ‘comfortable cell’.



nationalgeographic.comhttp://www.yohaig.ng/wp-content/banners/sports-betting/nairabet/nairabet-nigeria-sports-betting-1.gifHe additional mentioned he narrowly escaped meals poisoning immediately after which his buddy was produced
to write an undertaking which he was forced to
sign before he could secure his release.


Mr. Iwuala requested that his bank account be unfrozen and that the police return the monies extorted from him.


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