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Passersby jubilate as drunk policeman lost riffle to an unknown person (video)
Passersby have expressed joy as an unknown person takes away a riffle from a police officer after he was found drunk and roams around.
The policeman identified as Garba Salisu, in a viral video retrieved by SCANNEWS24 was rescued by good Nigerians, bought sachet water for him to help cool off.
The ugly but unfortunate incident occurred at CBN junction Abuja, close the force station by 4 PM on Saturday 28 November.
Residents of the area praised the ‘good Nigerian’ for saving the day without recorded casualty(ies).
His colleagues were reportedly left him to rot in the hurting sun.
Recall youths have called on the federal government to intensify efforts to reform the force commission to save citizens from police brutality, torture, and extrajudicial killings.
Nigerians under endSARS in October 2020 sustained nationwide protests including the country’s capital Abuja, requesting to disband the defunct police unit, Special Anti-Robbery Squad.
However, Police Inspector General had formed another police department, Special Weapons and Tactics responsible for crime alerts, weapons-related crimes, and attack rescue.
Mohammed Adamu, the IG also welcome and promised to implement all demands stipulated by the protesters including the prosecution of indicted officers.
Panels of Inquiry are presently receiving reports from SARS victims across the country.