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Police officers involved in alleged shooting of Poly student in Ibadan apprehended

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Oyo State Police Command, Tuesday, confirmed the arrest of four of its men, who were involved in the alleged shooting of a student of Adeseun Ogundoyin Polytechnic, Eruwa, Samuel Akinsuyi, weekend, on Eruwa-Ibadan road.

It said they have been identified, apprehended and currently undergoing debrief accompanied immediately with the commencement of their orderly room trials.

A statement by its spokesperson, Adewale Osifeso, said: “The Commissioner of Police, Oyo State Police Command, Ngozi Onadeko, has ordered full scale investigations into the events that led to the unfortunate shooting incident of Samuel Akinsuyi along Eruwa-Ibadan road on Friday.

“In furtherance to the above, the Commissioner of Police, therefore, appeals for calm and affirms the assurances of a thorough and diligent investigation into demystifying the actions that led to incident with adequate sanctions meted out in accordance to relevant laws and statutes.

“Further updates would be provided in due course, please.” He stated.

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PHOTOS: Soldiers Raid IPOB Hideout In Search Of Abducted Colleague

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The Nigerian Army has revealed that it raided the hideouts of Indigenous People Of Biafra/Eastern Security Network in Amangu Community, Abia State, in attempts to rescue an abducted soldier, Staff Sergeant Bassey Ikunugwan.

In a statement released on Wednesday, the Army said that Ikunugwan, who was on leave was abducted along the Road Okwu-Ebem Ohafia, on November 2.

Weapons, mobile phones, motorcycle, INEC equipment and other items were recovered during the multi-day raids.

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Police find missing seven-year-old boy in Osun

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Osun State Police Police Command, on Wednesday, announced that it found one Abiodun Olokede, a seven-year-old missing boy and is still in their custody.

This was made known to the public through a series of tweets on the Twitter handle of the state command.

The tweet partly read, “Good morning beautiful people. There’s a child who got lost and was found in the Oke Ila Police division, Osun State.

“The said child is still with the police.

“In an effort to locate his parents/guardians, the child took police officers to a few places, surprisingly, he was denied everywhere.

“With the support of good people of this state, we can help circulate this information everywhere for possible contact with his parents please,” it added.

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RE: LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL STAFF SCHOOL STATEMENT ON DEATH OF ONE OF ITS STUDENTS

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The International Staff School of the Lagos State University of Science and Technology wishes to commiserate with the family of Abdurahman Dauda, one of our pupils who was involved in an unfortunate incident that led to his untimely death.

 

We want to state that the school and Nigerian Police commenced investigations immediately after the matter was reported. Subsequently, the case was taken to the court of competent jurisdiction, and appearances started on Monday, 31 October 2022.

The three affected members of staff who were allegedly accused of complicity in the unfortunate situation are currently remanded at the Nigerian Correctional facilities in Lagos.

As the case is already before a competent court, we seek the public’s prayers and understanding with the school Management and parents of the deceased at this moment of grief and sober reflection.

This statement is necessary to state the current situation to the public for record purposes.

The situation is regrettable.

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School Management
06 November 2022

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