Police Officers Prevent Peace Corps Members From Entering Their Office In Abuja

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The joy of members of the Nigerian Peace Corps was cut short yesterday in Abuja when they gained access to their headquarters as over five hundred well armed police officers were deployed to ‘trample’ on the Corps personnel and other civil society groups that went to identify with the PCN.
According to a report by Andyson Iji Egbodo, the Nigeria Peace Corps national headquarters has been under lock and key for over a year now by the police. All judicial pronouncements issued by courts of competent jurisdiction to the police to unseal the Corps headquarters fell on deaf ears.
Personnel of the Corps led by their indefatigable National Commandant, Dr Dickson Akoh walked into the edifice to reclaim their head office today in Abuja and in company of many members of several civil society groups including Mr Charles Oputa AKA Charley Boy.
Few hours after, the Inspector General of Nigerian Police allegedly acting on orders from above, deployed his well armed men to the Corps headquarters. Unconfirmed reports have it that several Peace Corps officers and civil society group members were heavily brutalized.


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