Concerned Nigerians have called on the Inspector General of Police Usman Alkali Baba to beef up commitment to an alleged organ sale investigation in the Awkuzu area of Anambra state to allow adequate punishment of perpetrators in the country.

A non-governmental Organization, Active Women For Change Foundation, AWIF gave the charge in a press conference in Awkuzu, Oyi Local Government Area of Anambra State on Monday.

Speaking on behalf of the organization’s Chairperson, Lady Nonye Ezeaka, said it is imperative to end this inhuman activity going on in the state, hence measures must be taken to serve as deterrence to others in their hideout.

According to Lady Nonye, “It is not always that we see notable Police women use their office for positive change as she has done in recent times.

“It has also become necessary to investigate the activities of police officers in Awkuzu to save our children and husbands from becoming victims of such dastardly acts.

“The youth Corper who the Police said works with them should also be investigated so that the real truth is exposed and no innocent person is punished unjustly.”

She added that “Awkuzu SARS, has always been in the news for the wrong reasons and this is the right time to look inwards and bring the perpetrators to book.

“We call on the Inspector-General of Police to ensure the wrongdoings of the police are not swept under the carpet this time around as this is a matter of life and death.

“He must not allow the perpetrators of these crimes on Awkuzu Soil to go, scout free for it will be a crime against humanity.”

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