Inspector General of Police commences investigation of Delta hotel staff stripped naked by former minister

The Inspector-General of the Nigerian Police Force, Mohammed Abubakar Adamu has said that the force has commenced a thorough investigation into the alleged nude video of some staff of the Signatious Hotel in Delta State making rounds in the media. 

The Force Public Relations Officer, DCP Frank Mba made this known in a statement made available to newsmen in Abuja on Friday 25th September. 

Mba said that the IGP “has called on members of the public, particularly the alleged victims and all interest groups in the ongoing Police investigations into the case of dehumanizing treatment on the Signatious Hotel Staff in Warri, Delta State, to remain calm as the Police intensify efforts towards unravelling the circumstances surrounding the incident.”

He continued, “The IGP, while noting that the Delta State Police Command has since commenced discrete investigations into the matter with appreciable progress made, assures that justice will prevail no matter whose ox is gored.”

Pageone earlier reported that the staff demanded a public apology and the sum of N1 billion from the owner of the hotel who is a former Delta Minister for State (Education), Olorogun Kenneth Gbagi for allegedly stripping, filming and arresting them because they were given tips by client.