The Force Public Relations Officer of the Nigeria Police, Muyiwa Adejobi, on Tuesday disclosed that his office and two others in charge of getting complaints from people receive between 50 and 70 cases everyday on their various platforms.
The two other departments are the Complaint Response Unit (CRU) and the Public Complaint Bureau (PCB).
Adejobi said this while responding to various comments of his followers over the behaviour of some personnel of the force, saying that they always deal with various cases and complaints as they are received.
(Caption): Muyiwa Adejobi, Force PRO.
A man, whose Twitter handle is @kwenguy, had raised the issue about the activities of some of the officers, saying police are yet to admit that most of the personnel are "barbaric."
Below is the screenshot of the man's tweet:
Adejobi, while responding, said apart from the fact that they deal with many cases on a daily basis, the Force would soon provide statistics of disciplinary actions taken so far against the personnel to the public.
Below are screenshots of his tweets on the issue:
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