IGP Adamu sates, 22 policemen killed; 71 warehouses, 243 private stores looted

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IGP Adamu sates, 22 policemen killed; 71 warehouses, 243 private stores looted

The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has said in the protest that followed the assault on tranquil #EndSARS dissenters the nation over, criminals plundered 71 distribution centers and 243 private property.

He recorded the states hardest hit to the attack was Lagos, Edo, Delta, Oyo, Kano, Plateau, Osun, Ondo, Ogun, Rivers, Abia, Imo, Ekiti and the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Abuja.

IGP Mohammed Adamu made the disclosures while tending to zonal partner Inspectors-general and orders officials by means of a virtual meeting.

Adamu stated: “Altogether, 71 public warehouse and 248 private stores were plundered over the span of the fights from one side of the country to the other.

“A sum of 51 non military personnel fatalities and 37 regular citizen wounds have been recorded, while a sum of 22 cops were grimly killed with 26 others harmed by the nonconformists.

“Moreover, 205 basic public security resources, corporate offices and private property were assaulted, consumed or vandalized.

“Up until now, 10 guns including eight AK-47 rifles trucked away during the assault on police headquarters, and a privately caused gun to have been recuperated from components working under the appearance of the #ENDSARS dissidents.

“Moreover, 1,596 suspects have so far been captured regarding the savagery and inescapable plundering by the dissidents the nation over.

“The breakdown shows 520 suspects were captured in Lagos, 367 in Plateau State, 210 in the FCT and 142 in Kwara State.

“Likewise, 82 suspects were secured in Osun State, 60 in Adamawa and 36 in Kano and Ogun.

“33 suspects were captured in Edo, 20 each in Kaduna and Akwa Ibom, 15 in Abia and Delta, and 13 each in Oyo and Ekiti.

“Moreover, 10 suspects were captured in Rivers State and four in Ondo State.

“Out of these figures, at the very least 1,117 have been charged to court the nation over,” IGP Adamu

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