Shun Bribery, Corruption, SFU Compol Warns


The new Commissioner of Police attached to Special Fraud Unit, SFU, Milverton, Ikoyi, Lagos, Compol Johnson Tunde Ogunsakin has warned policemen and officers in the unit to shun bribery and corruption.

Addressing the men and officers on resumption of duty, Ogunsakin said, “What matters most is for all of us to have an iron cast integrity which cannot be tainted because bribery and corruption cannot make us successful policemen. Do your work accordingly and you will be rewarded for doing a great job, so that when you are not there, people will talk good of you.”

Until his promotion and appointment as Commissioner of Police, SFU, he was a Deputy Commissioner of Police ‘F’ Department, (Infotech) Force Headquarters, Abuja. He was enlisted into the force as Cadet Assistant Superintendent of Police. He hails from Ikere- Ekiti in Ekiti state.

A vastly experienced police officer, Ogunsakin holds a B.A (Hons) degree in political Science/History. He also bagged an Advanced Diploma in Law, Diplomacy and Conflict Management. He had attended several courses in Nigeria and overseas which include Company Fraud Foundation course at Detective College, Hendon, London.

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He held various appointments as Director of Operations, Economic and Financial Crime Commission, EFCC, Head, Investigation, ICPC, Officer in charge of Inspector-General of Police, Monitoring Unit, ACP, Force Secretary, ACP, Provost Marshall, ACP in-charge of FCT, Criminal Investigation, Abuja and ACP in-charge of Interpol, Force Criminal Investigation Department, Abuja.

His hobbies are, reading, squash and music. Ogunsakin is happily married and has children.

—Oluwole Adeboye

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