The announcement read, “The Inspector General of Police, IGP Ibrahim K. Idris NPM, mni, concerned with public attention and the need to reposition the Particular Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) for greater efficiency and effective service delivery to all Nigerians and also make sure that the Particular Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) works according to International Core Value of Policing with ethics and be certain that the rule of law abiding from the operations and actions of their ensemble, the IGP has led the instantaneous re-organization of this Particular Anti-Robbery Squad nationally and immediate investigation into all of the allegations, complaints and infractions levelled from the employees of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad across the nation from the IGP X-Squad of the Force.
The Inspector-General of Police has ordered the of Police Particular Anti-Robbery Squad after the public outcry from the Device.
After Nigerians accused SARS officials of treatment, the media were teeming with forecasts to the dissolution of the squad.
The IGP, at an announcement Jimoh Moshood, by the Force Public Relation’s Officer, arranged a second probe.
“In the new arrangement, a Commissioner of Police has become the entire head of the Federal Anti-Robbery Squad nationally beneath the Department of Operations, Force Headquarters Abuja.