Man identifies one of the police officers from the Gbagada anti-cultism unit that killed Kolade Johnson

Man identifies one of the police officers from the Gbagada anti-cultism unit that killed Kolade Johnson

Social media was set on frenzy after news broke that an innocent Nigerian man identified as Kolade Johnson, lost his live after he was reportedly shot dead by one of the police officers of the anti-cultism department stationed at the Gbagada area of Lagos.

A social media user identified as Oluwasegun Haziz, has now taken to popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to recount his personal experience with the head of the police unit, who is popularly known as Omo Eko.

According to Haziz, his encounter with the officer had all started when a member of his team rushed back to their office, bearing the news that their colleague had been picked up by the officers of the law around Queens street, in the Yaba area of Lagos, when he was returning from a lunch break.

He said the arrested man reported that he was picked up and forcefully dragged into a commercial bus, adding that, the officers also picked up random youths on the street because of their mode of dressing and hairstyles.

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Haziz narrated further saying that by the time he contacted his colleague to make inquiries about his whereabouts, he was made to understand that the officers had taken him to the Charlie Boy station.

On getting to the station, he was told to sign in and pay for signing in, to which he vehemently disagreed, and demanded to personally speak with Omo Eko. He said when he met with the head of the unit, he was told that his colleague would only be released if he paid the sum of N50k.

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He concluded the recount of his experience by revealing that the unit leader did not release his colleague until he paid the sum of N5k.

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Haziz added that he witnessed someone else who had been picked up, pay the sum of N50k to be set free. The officers had afterwards proceeded to terrorizing residents of the community.

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In related news, Legit.ng had previously gathered the report of Nollywood actor Sean Seun Jimoh, who had taken to social media to seriously berate SARS officials. The angry actor placed a barrage of curses on anyone of them that had ever taken innocent souls.

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