Dr Abubakar Audi, the Commandant-General of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC), has denied the alleged physical attack on popular singer Yinka Ayefele by a member of the Corps.

The incident happened when the singer was leaving the venue of a concert he was playing in the community in Iloro-Ekiti, Ijero-Ekiti Local Government Area of ​​Ekiti State.

According to reports, the unnamed NSCDC official allegedly stole money from the car of the dismembered gospel musician, but Ayefele quickly denied the attempt.

According to the story, the artist was punched in the mouth by the artist, who allegedly threatened to shoot him.

The NSCDC boss in a statement by the Director of Public Relations of the NSCDC, Mr Olusola Odumosu and made available to newsmen in Abuja on Thursday, September 1, ordered an investigation into the entire accident and intend to ensure that disciplinary action is taken. the said officer.

He said;

“The attention of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC) has been drawn to reports circulating in the media about a case of alleged physical assault on a popular Nigerian gospel singer, and Yinka Ayefele by a staff member of the Corps.”

“The incident happened in Iloro Ekiti, where Ayefele was hosting guests at an event and the officer in question allegedly tried to take money from his car but when he refused, he punched him in the mouth of the singer and also threatened to shoot him for not giving money

“The Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps is condemning the unbecoming of any officer of the law.

“The Corps under the leadership of Dr. Ahmed Abubakar Audi, mni, is indifferent to corruption, illiteracy and bad behavior that is detrimental to the safety and security of the people of this country.

“We will never accept any stupid, discriminatory or offensive action against any person or group of people, to violate the basic human rights of citizens no matter how high or low.

“Therefore, the Commander-in-Chief has ordered that all officers involved be identified and summoned to the National Headquarters for appropriate punishment.

“He has directed the Governor of Ekiti State to without delay initiate all investigations into the incident to establish the truth of the allegation and the level of involvement and culpability of all officials which is related to this matter.

“The Corps would like to apologize to the popular gospel singer, Yinka Ayefele, his followers, the Iloro Ekiti community and everyone involved in this offensive and hateful act of protest Corps regulations, rules of engagement and standard operating procedures.

“The Corps is a friendly force with “devotion and commitment to service delivery” as our watchword. We are strong in implementing our mandate but Civil

“The Corps respects the human rights of all Maori people and fellow countrymen living within its geographical area.

“We will continue to work with the good people of this great country to ensure their safety and security is not compromised.

“Therefore the Corps will leave no stone unturned to ensure that justice is meted out in this matter and that errant officers are found guilty and punished as a deterrent to others.” the story ends.

Confirming the incident, the ace broadcaster and founder of Fresh FM Nigeria said, “I was driving away in my car after hosting guests when the officer suddenly put his hand in my car to take my money but I resisted him and told him what he was doing.it was very wrong

“That’s how he hit me in the mouth, my lips were cut and I was bleeding. When I called my security detail to arrest him he stood in front of my car brandishing his rifle and threatening to shoot me.

“At that time, his colleagues came and I explained to them what he was doing. Why try to protect him, they said why did I fight with them, I am a public person, I don’t want to give them anything? I said if I didn’t want to give him something, I wouldn’t stop or my car wouldn’t start. I have decided the local boys and others. I cried a lot because they did this to me because I was physically challenged

“Later they brought the man who came to collect money for the local boys who said he was beaten trying to take the money and told me to see the punishment and hit him with sharp things to try to kill me but I have. let my lawyer know.”

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