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4 Nabbed For Beating Policeman To Death Over Bribe

Four guys had been arrested for allegedly beating a officer to demise in Dalemo, Sango, inside the Ado-Odo-Ota Local Government Area.

According to the kingdom police command, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, the four arrested guys identified as Jelili Ismaila, 22; Amidu Bankole, 34; Elijah Samson, 36; and Moses Proboye, 34, were reportedly employed through a truck driving force who had an issue with the deceased police officer and his colleague.


 In a statement released by using Oyeyemi he said the deceased constable and yet another were escorting their main from Idah in Kogi State to Lagos State when the incident passed off.

“Preliminary research found out that the deceased officer and one more escorted their primary from Idah in Kogi State to Lagos State. On their manner passing via Sango Ota, a truck driving force, Jelili Ismaila, drove dangerously and nearly driven their car off the road.

While attempting no longer to hit the vehicle conveying the officials, the truck entered a pothole as a result of which its tyre were given punctured.

This made the 2 policemen to come back down and caution the truck driver to usually take into account of different street customers. But the driving force accused them of being at fault, thereby mobilizing hoodlums who attacked the officials and their main with guns and beat the deceased to a coma.

Having realised that the policeman may not continue to exist the assault, the driver and his employed hoodlums took to their heels.

But good fortune ran out at the 4 of them whilst the DPO and his guys on a tip-off stormed their hideout and got them arrested, whilst four others escaped.

The stays of the deceased officer have been deposited on the General Hospital Ota mortuary.” the statement examine

He that the police have released a manhunt for the opposite fleeing suspects.

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