- A police station was brutally attacked by some gunmen in the Ibarapa north local government recently
- The gunmen killed the Divisional Crime Officer and a suspect who was in detention in the police facility
- The Divisional Police Officer, an inspector and some suspects are reportedly fighting to save their lives after the attack
Igangan - Unknown gunmen, on Tuesday, September 28 attacked Igangan police station in Ibarapa north local government area of Oyo state, killing a Divisional Crime Officer, DCO, and a suspect who was in detention.
Vanguard newspaper quoted a top police officer as saying said the Divisional Police Officer, DPO, an inspector and some suspects were on a danger list as a result of gunshot wounds.
When contacted this morning, the Oyo state police command spokesman, SP Adewale Osifeso, confirmed the incident and said:
“The commissioner of police is on his way to the place. We are already in Oke Ogun as we speak. I will get back to you when we get there.”
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