Yinka Ayefele was beaten by NSCDC as they threatened to shoot him (details), welcome to #YINKA #AYEFELE #BEATEN #NSCDC #THREATENS #SHOOT #DETAILS. NCRExpressnews BlogThis is the latest breaking news and trending broadcast that we have today: :

The Commandant General of Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC). Abubakar Audi has condemned the alleged physical assault on popular gospel singer Yinka Ayefele by a core member.

The incident occurred near Iloro-Ekiti, Ejiro-Ekiti Local Government Area of ​​Ekiti State, when the musician was leaving the venue of a show he was performing.

According to information, the unidentified NSCDC official allegedly tried to steal money from the physically challenged gospel musician’s automobile, but Ayefele immediately resisted the attempt.

The operator allegedly threatened the musician by shooting him and punching him in the face.

A full investigation into the incident was ordered by the NSCDC Director of Public Relations, Mr. Olusola Odumosu and made available to newsmen in Abuja on Thursday, September 1. This was done to ensure that the alleged officer faces disciplinary action. work

The attention of the management of Nigeria has been drawn to the media coverage of the alleged physical assault on popular Nigerian gospel singer, Yinka Ayefele by an operative of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC).

Below are the complete details;

“The incident took place in Iloro Ekiti, where Ayefe was expected to entertain at a show and the officer in question allegedly tried to take money from his car but when he resisted, he punched the singer in the mouth and threatened to shoot him for refusing to give them the money.

“The Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps condemns in the strongest possible terms such unsavory attitude which is unbecoming of an officer of the law.

“The Corps under the leadership of Dr. Ahmed Abubakar Oodi has zero tolerance towards corruption, indiscipline and any brutal behavior that adversely affects the safety and security of the citizens of this country.

“We do not in any way condone any act of negligence, rudeness or assault on any person or group of persons or promote or undervalue the violation of fundamental human rights of citizens.

“Consequently, the Commandant General has ordered all relevant officers to be identified and summoned to the National Headquarters immediately for necessary disciplinary action.

He directed the Ekiti State Commandant without delay to conduct a full scale investigation into the incident to establish the veracity of the allegations and the level of involvement and culpability of all officers who raised a finger in the matter.

“The Corps wishes to offer an unreserved apology to renowned popular gospel singer, Yinka Ayefele, his followers, the Iloro Ekiti community and all those affected by this reprehensible and heinous act which contradicts the principles, rules of engagement, and standard operating procedures of the Corps.

“The Corps is a friendly force with “humility and integrity in service delivery” as its watchword. We are firm in the execution of our mandate but civic in orientation.

“The Corps respects the fundamental human rights of every Nigerian citizen and fellow countrymen living within its geographical location.

“We will continue to work closely to ensure that the safety and security of the good people of this great country is not compromised.

“Therefore the Corps will leave no stone unturned to ensure that justice is served in this matter and that the erring officers found guilty are dealt with decisively to serve as a deterrent to others.” The release ended.

Confirming the incident, the broadcaster and founder of Fresh FM Nigeria said, “I was going out in my car after entertaining guests, the officer suddenly thrust his hand into my car to take my money but I resisted him and told him what he did. was very wrong

“That’s how he punched me in the mouth, cut my lip and started bleeding. When I called my security detail to arrest him he stood in front of my car brandishing his rifle and threatening to shoot me.

“At that point, his colleagues came and I told them what I had done. Trying to shield him, they said why am I fighting them, I’m a public person and I don’t want to give them anything? I said if I don’t want to give him anything said, I would not have stopped, or flagged down my car. I had children in the area and others. I cried a lot because they did this to me because I am physically handicapped.

“They later brought a boy who came to collect money for the area, who was said to have been beaten while trying to take the money, to see how he was beaten and attacked me with a sharp object to trap me but I said. Let my lawyer know.”

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