A sad and grieving moment for the families of two newly recruited policemen who drowned while chasing suspected weed smokers know Oyo state, according to instablog9ja on instagram who aired the news. The identities of the policemen revealed were Oparemi Goke and Ogunyemi Mujeeb, according to the police.
However, according to reports, the two newly recruited policemen were in pursuit of hoodlums who were suspected weed smokers, when one of the suspects dived into the water at Awerintu river, Oke Eketu, and the policemen also followed them suit, as they were unlucky and unfortunate to come out alive as they drowned and were immerged into the mud.
It was furthermore revealed, according to instablog9ja on instagram that the newly recruited policemen just passed out from the police training college few months ago, and began their service to the state, and the country as a whole, as they were constables of the Durbar police station, Oyo state. What an unfortunate incident. One has to be careful in life, no mater what one is doing. What's your opinion towards this, put your thoughts in the comment section below
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