Nigerian Police Inspector General (IGP) Mohammed Adamu has ordered the immediate transmission of the ongoing investigation into the inhumane sexual assault and death of Miss Uwaila Omosuwa, who recently moved from Benin Police Department in Benin to the headquarters of the Benin State of Edo Armed forces have taken place. Abuja.
In a statement by police spokesman Frank Uba on Tuesday evening, it was stated that this step should ensure a thorough and rapid investigation of the crime.
“The IGP policy is a continuation of the preliminary report by the team of investigators and forensic experts previously employed to assist the Edo State Police Command in investigating the unfortunate incident,” the statement said in part.
“DIG, which is responsible for the Department of Criminal Investigation (FCID), DIG Anthony Ogbizi Michael, fdc, will be responsible for direct surveillance and ensure a quick and thorough investigation into the case.”
The IGP also ordered the immediate deployment of specialized investigators and additional investigative resources to all gender desks offices and the Juvenile Welfare Centers (JWC) across the country.
“This is intended to strengthen and improve the units’ ability to respond to the increasing challenges of sexual assault and domestic / gender-related violence associated with the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and other social ills in the country,” the statement added.
In the meantime, the IGP has asked the public to provide the police with useful information that could assist in the investigation of ongoing cases of sexual assault and domestic / gender-based violence across the country.
He also urged parents and guardians to pay more attention to their children and communities in these difficult times.
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