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Police Commissioner Locks Up Neighbour For Breeding Dogs by tonte23(m): 7:07am On Sep 09, 2014
http://www.tribune.com.ng/news/news-headlines/item/15384-police-commissioner-locks-up-neighbour-for-breeding-dogs
Police commissioner locks up neighbour for breeding dogs
A Commissioner of Police (CP) in Charge of Police Pensions Office at the Force Headquarters, Abuja, in an apparent show of power, has apprehended his neighbour and locked him up for allegedly breeding dogs and other animals.

The CP, who is resident at Hiltop Estate, Maraba, it was learnt, had ordered the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) to arrest his neighbour, one Mr Chukwujindu Aligbe, for rearing different breeds of dogs.

The DPO was said to have obtained an instant court order to lock the 67-year-old Aligbe in Keffi Prisons for two days, until he was reportedly rescued by his church members.

In the First Information (FIR) obtained from Maraba Area Court dated August 28, 2014, the incident was recorded as “Criminal conspiracy, disturbance of public peace and making atmosphere noisous to health”.

The FIR indicated that Aligbe, who is a retired civil servant and an elder in the Foursquare Gospel Mission, Asokoro, was accused by the CP of breeding about 40 dogs, monkeys and other wild animals.

The FIR read: “On August 27, 2014, at about 7.30am, the Commissioner of Police in Charge of Police Pensions Office FHQ Abuja, a resident at Hill Top Estate Mararaba, reported to the DPO Mararaba ‘A’ Division that for over four years now, that you, Chukwujindu Aligbe of the same address breading almost 40 dogs, monkeys and other dangerous and wild animals in your dwelling of residential house for commercial purposes.
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“And being his neighbour at the above address, conspired with your wife, name not known, and the rest members of your family, to keep these animals in such a way that they constantly bark, make all sorts of noise and pass faeces within your premises, which only demarcated from his own by only dwarf wall, which is quit disturbing and noxious to his health and that of his family members of which all efforts to advise you to relocate the dogs proved abortive”.

“You thereby committed offences contrary to section 97,113 and 192 respectively of the Penal Code law as suggested”, the FIR stated.

However, speaking on the matter, the Resident Pastor, Foursquare Gospel Church, Asokoro, Rev. Julius Msheliza, said that,’’The accused is a member and an elder in my church, which makes me interested in the case since I have to look after the flock God has placed under my care.

“The case is still in court. We, therefore, wait to see what the final outcome will be. The final outcome will decide whether we will be satisfied or not.

So, at this moment, we are still waiting what the conclusion will be.

“I was disappointed the way he was arrested because I was in court when the whole issue started. He was accused of keeping dogs in his house and I don’t know when keeping has become a criminal case, and within 15 minutes, he was thrown into Keffi Prison. To me that is not right”.

“My expectation is that the rule of law should prevail and the right thing should be done.

“If a member of my congregation is found liable, then let the court take its full course but if the person is falsely or wrongfully accused, the accuser should be held accountable or reprimanded for accusing an innocent person”, he stated.
Re: Police Commissioner Locks Up Neighbour For Breeding Dogs by hushmail: 7:34am On Sep 09, 2014
lawyers in d house pls analyse
Re: Police Commissioner Locks Up Neighbour For Breeding Dogs by Nobody: 8:06am On Sep 09, 2014
40 Dogs keh? I can imagine how much of a nuisance he would constitute to his neighbours. I'll probably do worse if I were in the policeman's shoes. There's nothing more irritating than inconsiderate neighbours. Imagine having to endure numerous barking dogs next door every night; how I wan take sleep?
Re: Police Commissioner Locks Up Neighbour For Breeding Dogs by idupaul: 9:20am On Sep 09, 2014
The police commisoner for once has done the right thing.. How can U set up a commercial dog kennel in a residential place , the dude even had a monkey there, now that's a zoo.
Re: Police Commissioner Locks Up Neighbour For Breeding Dogs by 100Cents: 1:21pm On Sep 09, 2014
Converting a residential area to commercial purposes, worse off a zoo.

I will just add like 8 blocks ontop of the demarcating wall between his compound and mine.
Re: Police Commissioner Locks Up Neighbour For Breeding Dogs by Bright2(m): 2:29pm On Sep 09, 2014
Please always get statement from both side before you render free judgment ,ask road users of what a police man can do. I rest my case.

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