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Dismissed police woman accuses force of disobeying court regarding her reinstatement.

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A female   police officer , Corporal Hannah Markson, who was dismissed from the service by the authorities, has vowed to issue Form 48 and Form 49 to the authorities if they fail to reinstate her  into the force  as directed by  an Industrial Court sitting in Enugu.

Markson had been dismissed by the Inspector-General of Police and her dismissal was ratified by the Police Service Commission. Her mother’s Toyota Rav4 SUV was impounded by the same police authorities.

Police Commission, Force HQ set up monitoring teams to visits to Police Stations But the Industrial Court, presided over by Hon. Justice I.J. Essien, had about five months ago, ordered the police authorities to reinstate  her with immediate effect because her dismissal was wrongly done but the court order is yet to be obeyed, prompting her to consider returnung to the court with Form 48 and Form 49, to commence a contempt of court proceedings against the police authorities.

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