The Police Service Commission says it has approved the dismissal of An Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) and Nine other senior police officers and the reduction in the rank of others.
Those dismissed include Assistant Commissioner of Police Magaji Doko, Superintendents of Police Ogedengbe Abraham, and Gajere Taluwai.
Others are three Deputy Superintendents of Police, one of which is a retired officer, and four Assistant Superintendents of Police.
It further directed the prosecution of one ACP, one SP, two DSPs and two ASPs.
The commission also approved severe reprimand for eight officers, reprimand for 10 and letter of warning for three other officers.
Three officers were, however, exonerated.
According to a statement on Friday by the PSC spokesman, Ikechukwu Ani, the agency took the decisions at its 9th plenary meeting which held in Abuja on September 29 and 29, 2020, presided over by its Chairman, Musiliu Smith, a retired Inspector-General of Police.
The statement titled, ‘Misconduct: PSC dismisses 10 senior officers, directs prosecution of six,’ explained that 43 cases of police misconduct were treated during the meeting.
It stated, “The dismissed ACP, Magaji Ado Doko was found to have engaged in acts unbecoming of a public officer; disobedience to lawful order; discreditable conduct; unlawful use of authority and scandalous conduct.
“One of the dismissed SPs, Ogedengbe Abraham was found guilty of negligence/loss of government property; disobedience to lawful order and act unbecoming of a public officer while the other dismissed SP, Mallam Gajere Taluwai, was found guilty of discreditable conduct and act unbecoming of a public officer.”
The three dismissed DSPs were Okunkonin Daniel, Abisoro Irene and Theresa Nuhu, who is already retired.