TAMBARI SYDNEY HAS CALLED ON THE NIGERIAN POLICE AUTHORITY TO ENSURE THE PROSECUTION OF THE FORMER COMMANDER OF DISBANDED SARS AKIN AND OTHERS
Written by miebaka ikiriko on January 18, 2021
A Chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party in Khana Local Government, Area Tambari Sydney Gbara has again called on the Nigerian police authority to ensure the Prosecution of the former Commander of the disbanded SARS Akin Fakorode and other officers that instigated mayhem at the INEC Coalition Centre,Bori during the 2019 Governorship election in the state.
Sydney Gbara who stated this while testifying before the State Judicial Commission of Inquiry in Port Harcourt regretted that Akin Fakarode and his conspirators were being celebrated and allowed to move freely in the society despite their negative role that led to the untimely death of Ferry Gberegbe and Numerous casualties recorded during the election
Gbara who explained that he was the PDP Agent during the election told the commission that Akin Fakorode and his men brutalized, manhandled and tear gassed him after his refusal to allow them cart away sensitive election materials and demanded that Akin Fakorode be brought to justice as his operation was against the rules of engagement of the Nigerian Police Force
Also testifying, Ledogo Neebari Raymond emphasized that he was hit by a bullet resulting from the sporadic shooting of Akin Fakorode and his men at the INEC Coalition Centre Bori during the March 9 general elections.
Raymond who noted that he served as an INEC Adhoc Staff during the election urged the Police authority to always checkmate the excesses of some members of the Nigerian Police Force to reduce the number of deaths in society and demanded two million Naira compensation for the brutality meted out on him.
On his part, a twenty-seven-year-old man, Christopher Agbagbuo said operatives of the disbanded Special Anti -Robbery Squad, SARS shot him on his leg on September 16, 20217 and bundled him into their van during their raid at a nearby compound pointing out that the police officers later took him to the hospital after they discovered he was innocent
Radio Rivers Correspondent Francis Golden reports that Agbagbuo demanded for twenty million Naira compensation from the Police as a result of the brutality and life threatening injury he sustained from the incident