A member of the Police Service Commission, Mr. Austin Braimoh, has said that he was being monitored by unknown operatives for insisting that the commission had the mandate to carry out the recruitment of 10,000 constables into the police.
Braimoh, a Commissioner in the PSC board, disclosed that he had received credible information that his phones were being monitored following his opposition to the padding of the candidates’ list by the police.
“I just received credible reports that I’m being targeted for my position in the present recruitment disagreement. I have been told that my phones are being monitored, my past being perused and I’m being tracked. Kindly let the public know in the event of any development,” he said in a text message on Monday.
The police and the commission had been at war over the recruitment of 10,000 constables with the Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, insisting that it was the right of the force to conduct the exercise.
He had, consequently, seized the list of candidates who participated in the recruitment from the commission and went ahead to invite them for medical screening.
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