A federal government delegation met with selected Southeast leaders on Saturday.
The inspector-general cited a section of the Constitution that allows officers to kill if they have reasonable justification.
“The image of NPF has been terribly defaced with recent protests,” a police chief tells the Gazette Saturday.
Senior police sources inform the Gazette that officers have been instructed to target citizens and leave thugs to run amok in the Nigerian capital.
Under fire from citizens pushing back against decades of police brutality, the police look to America to find a fitting name.
The Nigerian leader remains defiant in against worldwide demand to scrap the brutal police squad.
It was business as usual on Monday morning as personnel of the notorious police unit continued from where they left off.