Osun Police Command speaks on arraigning officer who allegedly brutalised 20-year-old clothier

The Osun State Police Command has stated that the delay within the arraignment of Inspector In the past Egharevba, who allegedly brutalised a clothier, Ayomide Taiwo was to make sure that justice prevails.

The sufferer, Ayomide Taiwo reportedly died on Sunday.

The command had stated that inspector In the past might be arraigned on Monday by 9:am however the case had not been dropped at court docket as on the time of submitting this report.

DAILY POST studies {that a} 20-year-old clothier, Ayomide was allegedly brutalised by Inspector In the past with the butt of the gun over N50 bribe.

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Ayomide died at 08:30 am on Sunday after six days in coma on the Ladoke Akintola Educating Hospital (LAUTECH), Osogbo, the place he was receiving remedy.

It was gathered that on Tuesday, Ayomide was attacked alongside his brother, Wasiu Taiwo at Ibokun and sustained an open harm on his hand.

Inspector In the past connected to Ibokun Divisional Police Headquarters has been beneficial for dismissal by the Commissioner for Police in Osun, Undie Adie.

The Police Public Relations Officer, Yemisi Opalola, advised DAILY POST throughout a house name interview on Monday that there’s a delay within the case due to some administration course of.

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She additional clarified that the police are nonetheless gathering proof and talking with the eyewitnesses to make sure that justice prevails.

“We’re searching for extra proof earlier than the accused might be charged to court docket. The police will cost Inspector In the past to court docket instantly after we completed our investigation.” The PPRO stated.

Yemisi assured the general public to advertise peace saying that the Osun police command will make sure that justice prevails.

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