A chief superintendent of police Kazeem Abonde has been killed during a clash between motorcyclists in the Ajao Estate area of Lagos state. The incident happened yesterday when some policemen were carrying out enforcement in the area. Some groups of motorcyclists came and a fight broke out between them.
The Chief Superintendent of Police, Kazeem Abonde, who was murdered by hoodlums in the Ajao Estate area of Lagos, was described by the Inspector General of Police, Alkali Usman, as a committed officer. On Friday, October 1, 2021, Abonde was buried in Ibadan, Oyo State, after he was lynched during a raid to enforce the prohibition of commercial motorbikes (also known as okadas) on restricted routes in Lagos State.
The Lagos State Police Command has arrested 60 suspects over the murder of a police officer. Kazeem Abonde who was a Chief Superintendent, was unfortunately killed on Thursday, September 23, in Ajao Estate, Lagos State. He and his team had gone to the area to enforce the ban on commercial motorcycles on major roads and bridges.
Following the alleged connection with the killing of Chief Superintendent of Police, Mr. Kazeem Abonde, the Lagos State Command of the Nigeria Police Force, has arrested about sixty suspects. The Police had vowed to punish the culprits involved in the brutal murder of the Police Officer, who was assaulted in the Ajao Estate area of the State by some Commercial motorcycle riders, popularly referred to as Okada riders.
A chief superintendent of police, Kazeem Abonde, has been killed during a clash between policemen and motorcyclist in the Ajao Estate, Lagos State. According to the news, the Policemen from the Lagos Police Command had gone to the area to carry out enforcement restricting the okada riders from plying the prohibited roads.
Chief Superintendent of Police, Kazeem Abonde, has been identified as the police officer who was hacked to death by rioting commercial motorcyclists in the Ajao Estate area of Lagos state on Thursday, September 23. When Late Abonde and his officers stormed the area to seize motorcycles parading through the streets, they were attacked by the riders.
Kazeem Abonde, the Chief Superintendent of Police, CSP who was hacked to death by commercial motorcyclists, Thursday in Ajao estate area of Lagos had premonition of his death. This was disclosed by some of his colleagues who wore forlorn looks yesterday at the command and in their various offices.