- Two policemen have been arrested over the killing of an undergraduate in Osun
- The killing of the undergraduate identified as Tunde Nofiu had caused a breakdown in law and order
- Consequently, the police assured Nigerians that the police force would ensure justice
Two police officers are currently in custody over the killing of an undergraduate in Osun state. According to ACP Yomi Shogunle, head of public complaints rapid response unit, the two men have been arrested.
The police also assured Nigerians that the police force would ensure justice.
No justification for the shooting that led to the death of Tunde Omologo at Iwo. In addition to @PoliceNG_PCRRU actions #PCRRU202284, I have also contacted Commissioner of Police, Osun State, 2 officers taken into custody. Be assured, @PoliceNG will ensure justice. #NoToImpunity," he wrote on his twitter page.
Also, the police on the official Twitter page of the force's complaint unit wrote: "Policeman involved in the shooting that led to the unfortunate death of a man at Ajangbala Eleha, Iwo yesterday has been arrested. He is in custody & investigation ongoing. CP Osun State is meeting with relatives & community. Tracking No. #PCRRU202284."
Legit.ng had reported that some irate youths on Friday, August 24, set a police station ablaze in Iwo, Osun state, for the alleged killing of an undergraduate, Tunde Nofiu, by an officer attached to the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) in the state.
Legit.ng regional reporter in Osun state, Sola Adetona, reported that Nofiu was said to be spending holidays in the town when the ugly incident happened.
It was gathered that the student who was going to Iwo from Olupona was shot dead on Thursday night, August 23, and the incident led to a protest by the angry youths.
But it was gathered that the youths of the town gathered and set ablaze Iwo police area command on Friday morning, August 24.
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The officer were said to have escaped the scene after killing Nofiu. The angry youths made bonfires around strategic locations in the town.
The commissioner of police in Osun state, Finihan Adeoye, was quoted to have said that he could not give the exact account of what happened.
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