Ekiti police commence orderly room trial of officer who 'accidentally' killed two youths

Ekiti police commence orderly room trial of officer who 'accidentally' killed two youths
By: Entertainment Posted On: June 06, 2024 View: 6

Ekiti police commence orderly room trial of officer who

The Ekiti State Police Command has commenced the orderly room trial of a police officer who killed two young men in Omisanjana area of Ado-Ekiti. 

LIB reported that the incident happened on Tuesday, May 28, 2024, when men of the Rapid Response Squad (RRS) were attempting to arrest some youths suspected to be internet fraudsters. 

Spokesperson of the command, Sunday Abutu, confirmed the development in a brief statement on Thursday, June 6. 

“After investigation, the Command has commenced the orderly room trial of the Officer who was responsible for the fatal shooting of two persons around Omisanjana area of Ado-Ekiti, on 28/05/2024,” the statement read.

“The CP assures the family members of the deceased and the general public that justice will prevail at the end of the day.” 

According to reports, the young men who were driving a Lexus RX car, got involved in an accident with two motorcycle riders while attempting to escape arrest. 

When some irate youths attempted to help the fleeing men to resist arrest by mobbing the police, one of them fired bullets that fatally injured two boys. 

The victims were rushed to the Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital where they passed away. 

Ekiti police commence orderly room trial of officer who
Ekiti police commence orderly room trial of officer who
Ekiti police commence orderly room trial of officer who

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