SARS Killing In Ogun State: Gov Dapo Cautions Citizens Against Violent Protest
Ogun state has been unsettled since last week due to the alleged killing of a footballer who played for Remo stars in Sagamu in Ogun state by the operative of the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS).
And this had led the people of the town to protest peacefully yesterday in the town a situation that later turned bloody has not fewer than 3 people were later killed in the action.
However the Ogun State Governor, Mr Dapo Abiodun has warned the indigenes of Ogun state to shun the violent demonstration over the death of Remo Stars FC footballer. The Governor urged everyone to be law abiding and allow Law enforcement officials carry out their duty to avoid further breakdown of order in the State.
The Governor made this known through a video broadcast.
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