A woman have lamented how some Policemen from Oyo Police command shot her husband, Kayode Atanda, and abandoned him at the hospital. According to reports, Kayode Atanda and Adeyemi Ajayi were shot by some policemen. Adeyemi died as a result of the shooting. The shooting incident happened at Iwo Road area of Ibadan, Oyo State.
Kayode’s wife, Tosin, narrated how her husband was unlawfully shot and abandoned at the hospital by Policemen. According to Tosin, one of the relations of late Adeyemi came to the hospital and told her that the Commissioner of Police and some Policemen came to their home to ask for forgiveness. The Policemen said that the unlawful shooting of Kayode and Adeyemi which led to the death of Kayode was a mistake.
According to Tosin, late Kayode's relation also revealed that their family members demanded to see the officers who killed Kayode. The family members were taken to where the policemen were locked up. Kayode's family asked the policemen why they killed their son, and the policemen said that it was the devil's doing.
Mrs Tosin revealed that her husband was holding the steering when the Policemen shot him on the upper part of the arm. According to Tosin, her husband was on his way to a building site at Egbeda. When they got to Iwo Road, there was traffic. Some Policemen suddenly shouted stop, before the victims could respond, one of the policemen shot at them. According to reports, Adeyemi has already been buried. The deseased person sold clothes. He had a boutique at Gbagi Market where he sold clothes.
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