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E-Money’s police escorts reportedly withdrawn by LSPC

The Inspector General’s withdrawal action was due to E-Money’s abuse of police escorts.

The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has ordered the immediate withdrawal of the police escorts attached to the Chairman of Five Star Group, Emeka Okonkwo aka E-Money

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According to fresh reports from The Nation, the spokesperson of the Lagos state command says an order came from the Inspector General of Police’s office for the immediate withdrawal of the police escorts attached to E-Money.

“It is true that his escorts have been withdrawn and an investigation ongoing. I do not have much information on it,” said Bala Elkana, who reported on what could have led to such a decision, the police spokesperson said he would not be able to comment but can authoritatively confirm that the police escorts have been withdrawn.

There are reports that E-Money might have gotten the police authority angry over his alleged abuse of the privilege of having police escorts.

A police source said the authorities accused him of using his police escorts like they were his domestic servants with some of them posing in photos as they opened the doors of his cars for him, hold his umbrella and many unofficial duties. 

The Lagos state police command has also been given a matching order to investigate his sources of income. Known for his philanthropic works towards the downtrodden, E-Money has never shied away from displaying his luxury cars and mansions, including the multibillion palatial he unveiled during the yuletide at his hometown in Uli, Anambra State.

E-Money (the sibling to singer Kcee) is yet to react to this development.

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