07th Oct, 2021 @ 15:50 PM


BREAKING: police inspector general brings back SARS with new rules of operation


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The inspector general of police has brought back the infamous and dreaded SARS, a unit of the Nigerian police force. 

SARS was the major reason for the 2020 October #EndSARS protest in Nigeria which caused major controversies And turmoil in the country. 

Following the mass protest in the country towards last year’s end, the federal government had disbanded the police unit. 

In a new statement obtained by Sahara reporters, the inspector general of Police, Alkali Baba Usman has brought back the SARS unit of the Nigerian policy with claims of reformation and new rules attached.

The new rules of engagement have been stated as; 

No SARS personnel is allowed to interface in any civil matter. They are not allowed to interfere in Cybercrime (yahoo yahoo) 

No SARS personnel is allowed to conduct a stop and search exercise except  there is a distress call from victims or members of the public. 

They are not allowed to be involved in commercial matters, debt recovery, (landlord vs tenant issues). 

They are not allowed to interfere in any social/relationship cases (marital matters, boyfriend/girlfriend relationship).

They are strictly for armed robbery and kidnapping cases. 

Also, citizens are encouraged to report cases of harassment by any of its officials to the following office: DIG, Department of Operations:

08037025670, IGP X-SQUAD 0902 690 0729, 08078662130, 08174041000 – CALLS.

0903 227 8905 – SMS.

0903 562 1377 – WhatsApp



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