IG bans POS machines at police stations

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The Nigerian Police Force has ban the use of Point-of-Sale terminal machines, and other mobile money transaction devices within police stations and other police facilities across the country.
The NPF said the ban followed public outcry on alleged “illegal and illicit transactions through ‘point-of-sale’ machine operators and connivance with certain police operatives.”
This was contained in a statement signed by the Force Public Relations Officer, ACP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, on Monday.
Adejobi said it had come to the attention of the police authorities that some commands and formations of the NPF continued to flout the regulation and that the ban was aimed at preserving the security and integrity of police operations.

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