The Federal Capital Territory Police Command has dismissed four policemen for stealing domestic appliances and attire belonging to former President GOODLUCK JONATHAN which they sold to traders.
The cops had stolen six televisions, fridges, air-conditioners, Ijaw attire and designer suits from JONATHAN’s residence in Gwarimpa which they sold to traders at the Pankera second-hand market in Gwarimpa, Abuja.
The errant officers were dismissed after they were found culpable in an orderly room trial.
Those dismissed are Sergeants MUSA MUSA, JOHN NANPAK, OGAH AUDU and GABRIEL UGAH, a statement on Thursday by the FCT police spokesman, ANJUGURI MANZAH, said.
He added that the detectives were on the trail of one Mallam SHUAIBU, who bought the items.
The police explained that the orderly room proceedings in respect of Inspectors LENGS SATLAKAU and USMAN WUDUKI had been forwarded to the Assistant Inspector-General, Zone 7 for further action.