An eyewitness identified as Sule Abiodun has narrated how soldiers killed an Inspector attached to Ojo Division of the Lagos State Police Command. The eyewitness said the Inspector and his colleagues were attacked while controlling traffic. The eyewitness said the soldiers were coming back from a course and in a bid to control traffic, the Policemen stopped their line to allow other road users easy passage.
He said the soldiers jumped down from their vehicle and grabbed the policemen. They forced them into their own vehicle and zoomed off. The eyewitness said they heard the policemen were taken to their barracks where they dealt with them.
He alleged that they tried to dump his lifeless body in a nearby drainage, but the timely intervention of the Military authorities in charge of the barracks prevented that from happening.
Police and Soldiers are both security operatives, in the right sense none is superior to the other.
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Source: Daily Trust
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