Lagos police command release photos of police officers accused of killing 16-year-old girl in Iyana-Oworo

The Lagos state police order have discharged photographs of the cops who purportedly shot a 16-year-old young lady dead in the Iyana-Oworo territory of Lagos state on Wednesday, May 27.

Lagos police order discharge photographs of cops blamed for slaughtering 17-year-old young lady in Iyana-Oworo

The representative of the Lagos state police order, Bala Elkana, gave their names as ASP Theophilus Otobo and Inspector Oguntoba Olamigoke, including that the cops have been exposed to interior disciplinary procedures.

Bala said;

“The episode occurred on 26th May, 2020 at around 2245 hours. The said Police Officers discharged shots from their pin down point along Berger by third territory connect, in a conditions yet to be resolved one Musa Yakubu ‘m’ 35 years was harmed at the point and a wanderer projectile hit Tina at Berger Yanaworu Bus stop.

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The slug penetrated through the left upper side of her lap. She was hurried to medical clinic by a group of Policemen drove by the Divisional Police Officer. The fight to safe her life went on for two days, she kicked the bucket on 28th May, 2020 at around 2129 hours while on affirmation. The subsequent individual is in stable condition.”the proclamation partially read

Bala included that the Police have been in contact with the groups of the casualties from the day of the occurrence.

“The Command profoundly identified with the loved ones of the expired individual. The Commissioner of Police calls for quiet and guarantees the family that the culprits of this obnoxious demonstration will confront the full weight of the law. He repeated his position on zero resistance for exemption. Individuals from the open will be refreshed on the result of the examination. “the announcement read.

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