Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Police Officer Slumps In Anambra On Being Transferred To Borno

A Police officer reportedly slumped yesterday  following a directive of the Inspector General of Police, transferring him to Borno State.

According to ThisDay, the officer, an Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) attached to the Central Police Station, Nnewi in the Anambra State Police Command, had less than a year left to retire from the service was among the 149 officers affected by the postings to different parts of the country.

He was then rushed to a private hospital in Nnewi where he was revived.......

It was gathered that almost  almost 150 senior police officers within the ranks of ASP and Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) serving in the state were transferred .Some of the affected officers are alleging ethnic bias in the transfers, as most, especially the Igbos  are protesting their transfer to the Boko Haram prone states.

Some of the officers, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, alleged that while only two officers were transferred to Abia State, 12 officers were transferred to Bauchi; six to Borno; seven to Adamawa; six to Jigawa; seven to Gombe; one to Imo, two to Akwa Ibom two; two to Cross-River; two to Enugu two; two to Edo; three to Delta; and five to Ekiti, among others.

The affected officers were supposed to have reported to their new command on June 9, 2014.

 *Looks funny but it is not. Chai!! I will not only slump i will resign!!*

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