#150m Bribe Rejection: PCRC National Headquarters Hails SP Sini, Says Men Of Honor Abounds In The Nigeria Police Force Of Today

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By Comrade Kunle Sodipo

 

SSA Media and Publicity, office of the National Chairman.

The National Leadership of the Police Community Relations Committee (PCRC) has thumped up a Superintendent of Police, Ibrahim Sini for his golden show of integrity and outstanding display of professionalism in the discharge of his duty in the Nigeria Police Force.

SP Sini, who was recently celebrated and gifted a plot of land during a dinner organized to honor him at the FCT Abuja on Friday, have turned down a #150m bribe allegedly offered to him by a now remanded Lagos-based businessman, Akintoye Akindele, to allow the Police permit him to escape abroad and to write a favorable report for him after an ongoing investigation being led by the Police Superintendent on behalf of the Inspector General of Police team handling the case against him.

Speaking on the highly commendable exploit of SP Sini, the PCRC National Chairman, Alhaji Mogaji Ibrahim Olaniyan hailed the Inspector General of Police, IGP Kayode Adeolu Egbetokun and his Police management team for the current culture of rewarding good character and professional conducts in the Nigeria Police Force of today.

According to Olaniyan, men of honor and absolute integrity now abound in the Nigeria Police Force,

He therefore called on Nigerians, especially the good and highly spirited people of the most populous black nation, to join the PCRC in bringing the Police closer to the People and the People closer to the Police.

According to the Mogaji Fosunpaja of Ibadan land, “it is when the good officers and men in the Force gets serious encouragement to continue in their good ways that the bad eggs can be subdued, gradually salvaged or shown the way out”.

The PCRC statement read, “SP Sini and his likes deserves all the best encouragement they can get through Special Promotions, Gifts, Awards, Scholarships for their Children; National Honor, Street or Road Naming and other good things that can inspire more good works.

Adding that, doing this regularly will no doubt address bad morals which is currently dominant in our present day society which will also, go a long way in correcting corrupt practices and the get money at all costs mentality not only in the Police, but within the society at large.

The number one PCRC member in Nigeria and Diaspora, Mogaji Olaniyan, challenged all Public and Private Institutions, Parents, Teachers and Guidance on the need to share and show news on such good conducts in our homes, schools, offices and most especially, on social media platforms instead of helping to share and spread bad news.

 

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