- Gift Osayuwu is an 11-year-old boy who declared himself as the inspector general of police after allegedly joining hoodlums to attack Oba market police station in Benin City, Edo state
- The boy was arrested and paraded by the police in the state, but he has now been enrolled in a private school
- Human rights activist Kola Edokpayi confirmed the development on Monday, November 2, saying Gift was enrolled into JSS 1
An 11-year-old boy identified as Gift Osayuwu who was arrested for his alleged involvement in Edo police station attack has been enrolled in a private school.
The disclosure was made on Monday, November 2, by Kola Edokpayi, the coordinator of Talakwa Parliament, a human rights group, Gistreel reports.
After his alleged involvement in the police station attack by hoodlums, the boy wore the uniform of a sergeant and declared himself as the Inspector General of Police (IGP).
Edokpayi said the boy was enrolled into junior secondary school 1 in one of the best private schools in Benin City, the Edo state capital.
Gift was accompanied to his new school by his mother, who is a widow and sachet water seller.
In other news, the Ondo State Security Network Agency otherwise known as Amotekun Corps handed over some hoodlums who looted both government and private properties to the Nigeria police.
The hoodlums had taken the advantage of the #EndSARS protest to unleash mayhem on the southwestern state.
The state security agency said the suspects involved in the burning of police stations and looting of shops were arrested from different parts of Ondo state.
Military paraphernalia and motor-cycles carted away were recovered.
According to Amotekun's head of intelligence, Adebayo Ayeni, the suspects have confessed to the crimes.
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