Thursday, 6 July 2017

‘Panel identifies police officer who released kidnapper Evans in 2006’

The Policewoman who has been accused of aiding the release of notorious kidnapper, Evans in 2006 has been identified, The Nation reports.

According to the newspaper, the woman simply identified as Tina is now a Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP).

She was reportedly involved in the transfer of Evans from Lagos State to Imo State and his eventual release.

The police had said Evans was apprehended in 2006 after a bank robbery.

As a result of the revelation, IGP Idris constituted a panel to investigate the 2006 arrest, transfer and eventual release of Evans and his members.

The panel was to identify all officers who had a hand in the matter, whether serving or retired.

According to a source, the panel has identified all the officers involved in his release.

The source said: “I can tell you that Tina is not the woman’s real name but I won’t give you her name. I can also tell you she’s now a CSP and still in service. So many officers took part in that 2006/2007 release of Evans and they are being investigated. The panel has made progress and almost all of them have been identified. An official statement might be release by the authorities soon.”

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