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Police Deny Alleged Kidnapping of DPO at Okokomaiko Station in Lagos State

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Police Deny Alleged Kidnapping Of Dpo At Okokomaiko Station In Lagos State

The Nigeria Police Force has refuted claims circulating on social media about the alleged kidnapping of a Divisional Police Officer (DPO) at the Okokomaiko Station in Lagos State.

The viral post suggested that a group of armed men in military attire abducted the DPO around 8 pm while he was staying at Afromedia Hotel in Okokomaiko, Ojo area of the state.

However, Benjamin Hundeyin, the police spokesman in the state, has categorically dismissed these reports as false.

Responding to the rumors, Hundeyin stated that there was no truth to the allegations and reassured the public that the DPO in question was present at his office, diligently carrying out his responsibilities of maintaining security and order in his jurisdiction.

He also expressed gratitude for the concern shown by those who reached out and affirmed the commitment of law enforcement officials to continue their duties with professionalism.

Rachel Adams

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