By Ola Fadoju

The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali Baba, has reiterated his administration’s commitment to continuously developing the improved capacity of its officers through practical training and acquiring top-notch investigative and operational assets to sustain the fight against oil theft and other crimes capable of sabotaging the country’s economy.

This was stated while briefing the Senate Ad-hoc Committee to investigate Oil Lifting, Theft and the Impact on Petroleum Production and Oil Revenues on Wednesday 21st September 2022, via a report on the activities of the IGP Special Task Force on Petroleum and Illegal Bunkering.

The Inspector-General of Police restates emphatically that the Nigeria Police Force will not relent in enforcing least as it is statutorily empowered to do so by effect of Section 4(d) of the Police Act, 2022, and so charge all suspects arrested for oil theft and other related offences accordingly, without any prejudice.

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