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Policewoman Wanting To Resign Put In Detention, Cries Out



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A Nigerian policewoman, Fauzziyah Ebunoluwa Isiak has taken to Twitter to share her harrowing experience after being put in detention following her bid to resign from the force.

Fauzziyah Ebunoluwa Isiak, who had been trying to resign from the police force since last year, was called to meet with the Deputy Commissioner for an interview on May 24th, 2023. However, instead of being granted her resignation, Isiak was detained and told she would be tried and dismissed.

Isiak’s shock at the turn of events left her unable to speak, and her lack of reaction apparently worsened her situation. She took to Twitter to share her story, saying that she had never cried so much in her entire life and that she felt dehumanized by the experience.

Despite her migraine and exhaustion, Isiak was not allowed to change her clothes or sanitary pad, and she begged for a blanket to keep herself warm in her cell.

Isiak’s mother was advised to come and plead on her daughter’s behalf, but Isiak believes that after working for six years, she has the right to resign if she no longer wants to continue in her position. She expressed her dismay at the situation, saying that she had always been easygoing and had never experienced anything like this before.

Isiak’s cry for help on Twitter has gone viral, with many people expressing their support for her and calling for her release. The Nigerian police force has not yet commented on the situation, but Isiak’s story has brought renewed attention to the issue of police brutality and mistreatment in the country. Many have called for reforms and better treatment of police officers who wish to leave their positions.

Isiak’s story is a powerful reminder of the importance of treating all individuals with dignity and respect, regardless of their profession or status. As her cry for help continues to be heard across social media, many are hoping that she will be released soon and that her story will lead to positive change in the Nigerian police force.

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