On the 11th of September, 2021, the family members of Monsurat Ojuade, who happens to be an admission seeker were left in sorrow, after one of the police officers that came to arrest a robbery suspect, in their area located at Surulere area of Lagos State, chased her and shot her while she was running inside her father's house.
The family of late Monsurat Ojuade who was allegedly killed by a stray bullet shot by a trigger-happy Lagos policeman has since broken the silence over the young girl's demise. Late Monsurat Ojuade: Photos credit: Instagram. The bullet which tragically ended the 18-year old lady's life was allegedly fired by a policeman from the State Criminal Investigation Department, SCID Yaba, Lagos.
The people of Mogaji street in Ijesha Lagos State were raided days ago by some men of the Nigerian Police Force (NPF). During the raid, there was an altercation between the family of Monsurat Ojuade and an unnamed Police Officer. During the altercation, the Police Officer was denied entrance into the house of the deceased.
Aisha Reacts After Lagos Police Commissioner Visited The Family Of The Girl Who Was Killed By Bullet
It was recently reported that the Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu, visited the family of Monsurat Ojuade, a young girl who was recently killed by a bullet of a police officer, in Lagos State. Based on that note, a well known human rights activist, Aisha Yesufu decided to react.
It is quite saddening coming across reports about a certain 18 years-old lady named Monsurat Ojuade. According to an eyewitness account given by a lady and a man interviewed by BBC News Pidgin, the day Monsurat Ojuade died was a day the people of Mogaji street in Ijesha, Lagos State would never forget.
Friday, the 10th day of September, saw media outlets agog with news of the shooting, albeit accidentally of 18yr old Monsurat Ojuade. The teenager met the unfortunate fate as a result of covert raid gone wrong. She got hit, lost lots of blood and could not make it upon getting to the hospital.
Media reports earlier yesterday Friday, September 24, 2021, indicated that the authorities of the Nigeria Police Force had dismissed a police officer, Sergeant Samuel Phillips for the alleged murder of an 18-year-old university admission seeker Monsurat Ojuade. The reports also stated that the police would charge the embattled Phillips with murder.
18-year-old Monsurat Ojuade was shot dead by police officers who were chasing suspected robbers in the Ijesha, Surulere area of Lagos, on the night of Friday, September 10, 2021. Monsurat was shot as she and her elder sister ran into the premises of their house on Mogaji street, Ijesha; with everyone running helter-skelter and scampering for safety around them.
When the family of 18 years-old Monsurat Ojuade learnt about her death, it left them in a state of agony. This is because, while alive, Monsurat was a hard-working, industrial and respectful young lady. Photos of Monsurat (deceased) and her elder sister.
Lagos State Commissioner of Police identified as Hakeem Odumosu, according to information rally round on Monday revealed that, the State Commissioner of Police has paid a condolence visit to the bereaved family of the late Monsurat Ojuade, who was shot dead at the Ijeshatedo, Surulere Area of Lagos State by a Police Sergeant attached to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department, Yaba.
. 2021 September 14th, 11:20 Musa Bello is the author of this piece. Monsurat Ojuade, an 18-year-old girl, was slain by police officers in the Ijesha area of Surulere, Lagos. When the youngster and her older sister ran into the premises of their residence on Friday night, they were claimed to have been shot.
Sgt. Samuel Phillips, a policeman, who allegedly killed an 18 years old female admission seeker named Monsurat Ojuade has been dismissed and charge to court. The spokesman for the Lagos state police command; Adekunle Ajisebutu, released a statement saying: "This is to inform the general public that Sgt.
A Yaba Chief Magistrate's Court has remanded the dismissed Police Sergeant, Samuel Philips, in prison custody for the alleged murder of a teenager on September 10 at her home in the Ijeshatedo area of Lagos state. The police arraigned Phillips, 30, before Chief Magistrate Adeola Adedayo today on a temporary one-count murder charge preferred against him by the police.
A few days ago, members of the Nigerian Police Force attacked people in Mogaji Street in Ijesha Lagos State. During the raid, Monsurat Ojuade's family got into an argument with a policeman who did not wish to be named. During the quarrel, the police were not allow to enter the deceased's home.