Young Lawyer Got Killed by Police in Ajah; 3 Officers Already Arrested
One lawyer named Omobolanle Raheem has been killed by members of the Nigeria Police force on Christmas day in Lagos state.
The ugly incident took place Sunday morning at Ajah Under Bridge, Lagos state while the deceased was on her way back from Christmas church service.
A member of Lagos branch and a lawyer working with the deceased revealed that some policemen moved the body to the mogue in Yaba without the consent of the deceased’s family.
The message reads “I am Barr. Yvonne a member of the NBA Lagos Branch, Sir I tried reaching out to you but I guess you are busy.
Meanwhile, the Lagos State Police spokesman, Benjamin Hundeyin has confirmed the arrest of the three officers involved in the incident.
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