Prince Harrison Gwamnishu, a Delta-based activist, has taken to social media to share the story of how Police officers who are operatives of the Special Anti-Kidnapping Squad (SAKS) of the Delta State Command, were pursuing a Toyota Camry car they thought was owned by ‘Yahoo boys’ when they rammed into a tricycle.

He added that the occupants of the tricycle are currently being treated at the Federal Medical Center Asaba after a police van rammed into them yesterday morning.
He shared pics of a victim, scene of the incident and wrote;

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“Some operatives of the Special Anti-Kidnapping Squad (SAKS) of the Nigerian Police Force, Delta State Command were today ridiculed after they allegedly caused an accident within GT Bank Asaba while chasing a Toyota Camry car they mistook for YAHOO BOY.

The tricycle rider and the four passengers are currently admitted at Federal Medical Center Asaba receiving treatment. A concerned Nigerian reach out to Behind Bars Rights Defenders and we are on ground to make sure the injured passengers are treated.

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The officers are here and they are taking care of the bills.

I advised policemen on street duty to be professional, courteous, shun corrupt practices, be well-behaved, be attentive and know that they are constantly being observed by members of the public. #PoliceReforms”
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