Earlier today, Omoleye Sowore, a human rights activist was shot by Altine Hyelhira Daniel, a notorious policewoman during a protest to demand an end to insecurity in the country. According to SaharaReporters, Daniel was part of the deadly Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) before it was banned.
According to SaharaReporters, Daniel was once a SAS operative but after SAS was banned, she was given the position of Chief Superintendent of Police where she continued harassing and killing innocent protesters.
In August 2017, during a peaceful protest, Daniel was the one that led police officers who tear-gassed Nigeria Showbiz maestro Charles Oputa Famously known as Charly Boy.
Also During the #FreeEl-zakzaky protest in Abuja, Daniel led many operations that led to the death of many Shi'ites members.
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