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NCoS to investigate alleged staff immodest behaviour

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NCoS to investigate alleged staff immodest behaviour

By Ibironke Ariyo The Nigerian Corrections Service (NCoS) has led an investigation into suspected indecent behavior by a staff member to an inmate’s wife. Controller, NCoS, FCT Command, Dr Abdul-Rahman Maiyaki, said this in a statement from the command’s public relations officer, Mr. Chukwuedo Humphrey on Tuesday in Abuja. Maiyaki reiterated that the command does not take lightly allegations of indecent behavior by a member of the command staff who coveted the wife of a detainee in custody. He said that after receiving the report, he further informed the Comptroller General, NCoS, Mr. Haliru Nababa. “Acting on the instructions of the Comptroller General, we have opened an in-depth investigation into the matter. “And also for unhindered access to investigation and justice, Mr. Musa was deployed outside the Suleja detention center,” he said. Maiyaki assured all parties involved that as a result of the investigation report justice would be served as the department would not hide any staff member who portrayed the department’s behavior and good character in a bad light. He further encouraged the public to continue to trust the officers and men in command. (NOPE)

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