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Police arrested for shooting and killing one Fatai Oladipupo

CURFEW TRAGEDY(Happening now) Police’s Stray Bullet Kill A Man In Lagos A police officer operating at the Obabiyi axis of the popular Ikotun/Igando road, has Allegedly fired a Shot which missed it’s target and killed someone else. According to eyewitnesses Who were there when the incident occurred at about 10:00 pm(this night), the desperate officer was eager to apprehend a motorcyclist Who maneuvered and escaped, when he fired a Shot which strayed to kill a young Muslim man Who was on his way to buy Bread because he Just broke his Ramadan fast. The eyewitnesses identified the deceased as Fatai Ayanfe Who is 28 years and a father of two. Apex Reporters Apex Reporters gathered that the deceased’s wife only put to bed a fortnight ago. As at the time of filing this report, the corpse was still lying there.

Fatai Oladipupo

Press Release 21th May, 2020

Police Inspector Okoro Charles

Police Inspector Okoro Charles arrested for shooting and killing one Fatai Oladipupo
Lagos State Police Command has on 20/5/2020 arrested Inspector Okoro Charles attached to Ikotun Division. The Inspector was arrested in connection with a shooting incident reported on 20/5/2020 at about 2205, along Obabiyi, Igando Road, Ikotun which led to the death of one Fatai Oladipupo ‘m’ 28 years old of Obabiyi area. The Inspector is subjected to internal disciplinary procedures, known as Orderly Room Trial at the State Provost Department and if found guilty, he will be handed over to the State Criminal Investigation Department Yaba for prosecution in conventional Court. An investigation is ongoing to unravel the circumstances surrounding the shooting incident. The Commissioner of Police condoles with the family and friends of the deceased and calls for calm. He assures them that Justice will prevail. Members of the public will be updated on the outcome of the investigation.

  1. Update on the death of Sergeant Onalaja Onajide attached to Ilemba Hausa Division
    ……State CID takes over the investigation.
    ……CP condoles with the family of a fallen colleague and assures them that Justice will prevail.
    The Commissioner of Police Lagos State Command, CP Hakeem Odumosu psc has ordered the transfer of the case involving the shooting and killing of Sergeant Onalaja Onajide attached to Ilemba Hausa Division, to the State Criminal Investigation Department, Yaba for discreet investigation. This decision followed the reports received by the Command alleging the Divisional Police Officer Ilemba Hausa, CSP Yahaya Mohammed Adeshina, of shooting the Sergeant while dispersing crowds that gathered in front of the Station. The DPO is arrested and detained at the State CID for investigation. His rifle is retrieved for forensic examination. The Command has ordered that autopsy be carried out on the deceased person. The Commissioner of Police expressed his heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of the fallen colleague and assured them that the Command will stand with them in this moment of grief and ensure that justice prevails. The shooting incident happened on 10/5/2020 at about 2140hours. The report forwarded to the Headquarters by the DPO on 16/5/2020 at about 1500hours, stated that unknown gunmen fired gunshots at the Divisional Police Officer, Ilemba Hausa and the Station Guard, Sergeant Onalaja Onajide. That while the DPO survived the gunshot, the Station Guard did not. The DPO further reported that two suspects were arrested in connection with the crime. The two suspects initially arrested are suspected to be deserted soldiers. The Command will hand them over to the military authority for further investigation.
    DSP Bala Elkana
    Police Public Relations Officer,

    Lagos State.

Prince Chukwudi Timothy Samuel

Prince Chukwudi Timothy Samuel is the Chairman / CEO, MicMiraSteph Communications and Chief Media Director, Apex Reporters

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