Police Cease Torture Tactics, Opt For Professional Interviews With Suspects – ACP Muyiwa Adejobi

April 4th, 2024

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The Force spokesperson stated that the police are now cognizant of the provisions outlined in the Anti-torture Act 2017 and are conducting interviews in a professional manner.

ACP Muyiwa Adejobi

The Nigeria Police Force has disclosed that it is embracing a new era where its officials will no longer torture suspects upon arrest and detention.

This statement was made by the Force Public Relations Officer, ACP Muyiwa Adejobi, during an interview on Channels Television on Tuesday.

His statement follows the report of the arrest of several suspected killers of the Divisional Police Officer in Rivers State.

The Force spokesperson stated that the police are now cognizant of the provisions outlined in the Anti-torture Act 2017 and are conducting interviews in a professional manner.

He stressed that the police do not resort to torture to extract essential information, pointing out that while it may require time to obtain information from suspects, they will eventually acquire it.

Adejobi said, “We don’t torture in the police again. That era has gone. We are actually carrying out what we call interview and interrogation sessions in a professional way to get them.

“We are conscious of the provisions Anti-torture Act of 2017. We don’t need to torture anybody. It may take us time to get information from them but we will surely get information from them.”


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