The Inspector-General of Police  Ibrahim Idris wants Nigerians to expose any trace of corruption and misconduct amongst officers and men of the force. 

The police chief also assured that any police officer found wanting would be punished.

He said members of the public are expected to report any police officer by using the various social media platforms set up for the purpose. 

 The IG said he had instituted various  programmes to make the police more accountable, responsible and reliable.  

In another development, over 10, 000 residents of three waterfronts in Port Harcourt whose houses and properties were demolished last year by the Rivers State Government are now asking for compensation from government. 
 
The displaced persons  of  Andoni, Calvary Temple and Redeemed Waterfronts staged  a peaceful rally to the office of the social action community advocacy centre in Diobu, Port Harcourt.