In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 18th, September, 2020

PDP Lawmaker Provides IGP 7-days Ultimatum To Fish Out Killers Of Suspected Osun Yahoo Boy

PDP Lawmaker Gives IGP 7-days Ultimatum To Fish Out Killers Of Suspected Osun Yahoo Boy


Muhammed Adamu

Muhammed Adamu, the Inspector-Normal of Police has been given a 7-day ultimatum to instantly probe the alleged killing of a youth, Idris Ajibola, by Particular Anti-Theft Squad (SARS), in Osun.

Bamidele Salam, a Peoples Democratic Get together (PDP) lawmaker, representing Egbedore, Ejigbo, Ede North and South Federal Constituency, gave the ultimatum at a information convention on Thursday in Osogbo.

The lawmaker, who described Ajibola’s killing as barbaric, stated it was disheartening that 48 hours after the killing, the police had not made any arrest to that impact.

Salam gave the IG seven days to fish out these concerned within the incident or be able to face authorized motion.

In accordance with him, the deceased would have clocked 21 years of age on Oct.1 earlier than he was allegedly killed by the police.

Bamidele stated the allegation by the police that the deceased and his associates have been web fraudsters weren’t tenable.

“The deceased is from a humble household whose mom is a farmer and the daddy an artisan, dwelling in a really humble condo in Ofatedo.

“The late Ajibola simply completed his secondary college and enrolled in know-how coaching college earlier than he was murdered by the police over an allegation that he was a fraudster, popularly often called “Yahoo boy”.

“The incident occurred 48 hours in the past and up until now, there isn’t any arrest besides organising of an investigation panel.

“We have now to prick the conscience of the society and police should do the needful.

“If we don’t converse now, I’m afraid, the case could be swept below the carpet but when he was the son of a minister or governor, I do know I-G might need responded.

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“I’m hereby giving the I-G seven days to apprehend the perpetrators and to pay damages to the sufferer’s household, whose hope had been truncated.

“If the IG didn’t apprehend the law enforcement officials concerned within the incident, I’ll institute authorized motion in opposition to the Nigeria Police,” Bamidele stated.

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