Police raids Delta Signatious resort, arrest two employees

The Police on Friday raided Signatious resort purportedly owned by a former Minister of Training(State) Olorogun Kenneth Gbagi, over alleged maltreatment of employees.

The arrest is sequel to the outcry by members of the general public particularly human proper activists who staged a peaceable protest round city at this time.

The protesters carried placards with inscriptions reminiscent of,”Cease the violence in opposition to ladies “,” Feminine dignity issues”,”Delta lives issues” amongst others.

It might be recalled that the administration of the resort allegedly stripped, photographed, arrested and prosecuted 4 former Employees for stealing some sum of money.

A human proper activist, Comrade Israel Joe in a chat with our correspondent disclosed that,”The IGP has ordered for the arrest of Gbagi. However we aren’t glad.

“I demand that the resort be sealed instantly, and he (Gbagi) needs to be declared wished and made to face the legislation.”

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In the identical vein, Hon. Ogbevire Ashubu mentioned all Employees ought to cease working on the resort with rapid results.

Additionally in a chat with Our Correspondent, Comrade Sussy Ogagbe claimed that the Ex-minister has been terrorizing his employees and tenants. She mentioned, “This needs to be the chance to talk out.”

Whereas noting that girls’s rights matter, Ogagbe mentioned Olorogun Kenneth Gbagi was should be prosecuted consistent with the prevailing legal guidelines of the land.

Hon. Ibebe Rufus Akpobome on his Fb timeline mentioned,”Kenneth Gbagi has failed. He needs to be prosecuted. I stand to assist his arrest..”

Our correspondent reviews that the ex-minister who’s bereaved in the intervening time is at the moment on the burial ceremony of his late elder sister in Oginubu group in Ughelli South Native Authorities Space. He had denied any involvement within the matter, simply as he promised to self-discipline any erring employees of the resort.

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The Delta State Commissioner of Police, CP Mohammed Hafiz Inuwa confirmed the arrest of the 2 resort Employees in a phone chat with our correspondent in Warri.

The State Police boss mentioned, “It’s true, arrests had been made primarily based on the report we acquired concerning the incident that occurred.

“Already, I’ve directed an intensive investigation into the matter as a result of no one is above the legislation. The legislation of this nation just isn’t a respecter of anyone. So, our investigation goes to be complete. We’re assuring that whoever has a hand in that case, throughout investigation, the reality will finally come out.”

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