Categories
Lagos News

Lagos Police To Dismiss and Jail Officer Involved in Death of Monsurat

Lagos Police To Dismiss and Jail Officer Involved in Death of Monsurat

The Lagos State Police Command, from the Office of the Commissioner of Police, CP Odumosu said the officer involved in the killing of one Miss Monsurat Olaide would be dismissed and jailed.

The Police Public Relations Officer, CSP Adekunle Ajisebutu (ANIPR), said; the shooting was a stray bullets shot while trying to apprehend some criminals in the area.

According to Ajisebutu, the policemen who shot the fire, have been apprehended for questioning and would undergo orderly room trial.

“It thas come to the knowledge of the Lagos State Police Command that one Monsurat Ojuade (female) aged 18, was hit by a stray bullet at about 0100hrs of 11th September, 2021 when a team of detectives from the State Criminal Investigation Department, Panti went on investigation activities to effect arrest of a robbery suspect in Ijeshatedo area of the State.

“Concerted efforts were made to save the life of the injured victim. She was immediately taken to the hospital for urgent medical attention but later died on the way to the hospital.

“The Commissioner of Police, CP Hakeem Odumosu regrets this unfortunate but avoidable incident and sincerely commiserates with the bereaved family in whose pain he shares in this moment of grief.

“This is therefore to inform the bereaved family, sympathizers and the general public that the erring Police officer who pulled the trigger has been identified and is currently being detained.

“The Commissioner of Police has directed that the said police officer should be tried and charged to court immediately after being dismissed from the Force.

“This, it is believed, will serve as deterrent to others who do not act professionally in the course of their duties.”

The statement was concluded as he noted that, this singular sad incident notwithstanding, the Lagos State Police Command SHALL continue to strive vigorously and conscientiously to protect the lives and property of the citizens in the State.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

EYE WITNESS
close slider

    SHARE BREAKING NEWS OR DEVELOPING STORY AROUND YOU.

    ×

    Powered by WhatsApp Chat

    × How can I help you?
    %d bloggers like this: