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How Nigerian Police Shot, Dump a Young Man in Osogbo


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Osogbo Nigeria – The account of a young lady on Thursday has given a full-fledge details of how the operatives of the Nigerian policemen in Osogbo, capital of Osun State shot and dump a young man.

How Nigerian Police Shot, Dump a Young Man in Osogbo

The lady, Anabelshugar1, who shared the information claimed her boyfriend, Abiola was unlawfully arrested and killed with his body yet to be seen by anyone.

She narrated the incident on her Instagram page. Read what she wrote below:

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“Police men in Osogbo, osun state took my boyfriend away at about 11pm on Sunday , I learnt they shot him at the process. his friends have been going to the police station yet they couldn’t tell them where his where about Please help us !!! We want him alive for proper care. WHERE IS ABIOLA?

My heart aches with sadness as i write this. Abiola (or A.B as he’s fondly called) is a young man, who on Sunday, 3rd of April 2022 went to pay his friend, Matthew (who is a mobile phone technician) a visit at his shop. When it was evening on same day, he decided to follow his friend home and sleep over at his house and at midnight, while they were eating with Matthew’s fiancée, the Nigerian Police barged in without warrant claiming to be raiding the area.

“During this occurrence, an impetuous and impulsive police officer shot A.B in the leg which made him pass out several times before the officers took him to an unknown hospital after detaining Matthew and his fiancée.

Now, Matthew’s fiancée has been released by the Nigerian Police force, leaving Matthew in detention but A.B’s hospital location is unknown and the police are claiming not to know, whereas his car and phone are in their custody.

NB. This incident happened at Capital, Zone 10 Area, Osogbo, Osun State and the Nigerian Police office is situated at Housing Estate. Fellow Nigerians, please help!
Nigeria Police, WHERE IS ABIOLA , Fellow Nigeria please help us.”

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