An Ibadan Chief, Oloye Taofeek Adegboyega Adegoke, on Monday, tasked the Inspector Normal of Police, Mr. Mohammed Adamu and the Commissioner of Police in Oyo State, Mr. Joe Enwonwu, to arrange an investigative panel to unravel the circumstances that led to the demise of an Finish SARS protester in Ogbomoso city in the course of the weekend.
DAILY POST remembers that Mr. Jimoh Isiaka was on Saturday allegedly shot by a police officer throughout a protest to demand the ban of Particular Anti-Theft Squad (SARS) on the Owode Police station in Ogbomoso.
Our correspondent, nonetheless, gathered that up until now, the police within the state has not come out to elucidate who and what led to the killing of the younger man by the police officer whose id has not been revealed.
However, Adegoke whereas condemning the killing of the deceased, referred to as on the IGP and the Commissioner of police within the state to deliver the killer of the deceased to guide.
Adegoke, who’s the Ajia Balogun of Ibadan whereas talking, urged the management of all the safety businesses within the nation to stem the useless killings instantly.
He referred to as on Adamu and Enwonwu to hold out a holistic investigation into the killing with a view to unravel the offender and make sure that the reprehensible acts are nipped within the bud.
Adegoke spoke additional by saying that the offender should be dropped at guide to function a lesson to erring officers.
He additionally condemned the assault of the palace of Soun of Ogbomoso, Oba Jimoh Oyewumi which occurred on Sunday.
He stated, “I’m deeply saddened by the report of extrajudicial killing of the harmless younger man and others that sustained accidents in the course of the #Finish SARS protest in Ogbomoso. That is most unlucky and condemnable.
“I name on the related safety and authorities businesses to make sure that the reprehensible acts are totally investigated and the offender is delivered to guide.
“We should make sure that legislation enforcement brokers don’t flip their weapons towards the very residents they’re supposed to guard.
“I wish to implore our safety officers to at all times implement legislation and order with each sense of professionalism, self-discipline, restraint, empathy, and above all, with utmost respect for human life”.