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Lagos CP detains Police inspector who brutalised Punch Photo journalist

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Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu, has requested for immediate detention and organized room preliminary of one Inspector Adadu Innocent connected to PMF 22 Ikeja, for hitting with a stick and harming Kayode Jaiyeola, a Photo-writer with The Punch.

The episode happened on Thursday during #RevolutionNow fight in Maryland zone of Lagos, Southwest Nigeria at about 11.10am.

The police boss, who was observing the sending and operational exercises of officials and men of the order for the authorization of the request against unlawful assembling and dissent by some treacherous people, hustled to the scene and actually moved the harmed columnist to the Police Cottage (clinic) at Area F, GRA, Ikeja, where he by and by paused and guaranteed the harmed writer was given prompt and best clinical treatment. He remove his developments to remain all through the columnist’s treatment and resulting release.

The fundamental discoveries completed by the Commissioner of Police and observer accounts from senior officials on ground, uncovered that the cop unexpectedly assaulted the writer, with no past quarrel or encounter.

This propelled the Commissioner of Police to order for his trial in order to serve as deterrent to others who are fond of engaging in unprofessional and unethical conducts.

CP Hakeem Odumosu urged the general public to believe in the command’s commitment to sanitizing and reforming the policing system in Lagos State in conformity with the international standards.

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