A promising Nigerian man has lost his life in a most heartbreaking manner in the wake of being blamed for taking.
A moderately aged man in Ondo State, Aanu Olanusimi, has supposedly passed on in the authority of the Idanre Police Division in the state, as per a report by SaharaReporters.
Olanusimi, a rancher, kicked the bucket in November not long after being he was charged and captured for supposedly taking cocoa from the homestead of a neighborhood boss, Akinruli, at Irikose in Ago Oni Rice Village, Idanre.
In a request kept in touch with the Assistant Inspector-General of Police responsible for Zone 11, Osogbo, Osun State, through the family’s attorney, Fidolyn Akindiose, mother of the perished, Comfort Olanusimi, said that her child was on his farmland when a cop recognized as ‘Londo’ from the Idanre Division came in organization with Chief Akinruli to capture him.
As indicated by her, after requesting the offense submitted by her child, the police blamed him for taking cocoa seedlings from Akinruli’s homestead. Mrs Olanusimi added that her child chose to pursue the police faculty and Akinruli on a cruiser to the police headquarters.
The lady further expressed that while she was at that point set to visit the police headquarters, a motorcyclist came to disclose to her that her child spewed while being removing and had been raced to a clinic in Idanre. She uncovered that she was later told again that her child had been moved to a medical clinic in Akure, the state capital, however on arriving she discovered that he was dead.
She clarified that regardless of the severe murdering of her child, the police had would not discharge his body to the family for internment.
The appeal read in parts, “Up until this minute, the body of our customer’s child has not been discharged to his mom.
“It is our contention that the act of the said Chief Akinruli, his labourer and the investigating police officer known as Londo, constitutes criminal acts to wit false accusation, professional negligence, criminal conspiracy, murder and failure to produce his corpse.
“It is our appeal to the AIG to use his office to take over the case from the homicide section of the state Criminal Investigation Department for further investigation and for the release of Aanu’s corpse so that justice can be done.”
Representative for the police in Ondo, Femi Joseph, uncovered that the Commissioner of Police in the state, Adie Undie, has swam into the case. Joseph affirmed that the episode occurred at Idanre Police Station and was at present being researched. He stated, “It is false that we are as yet retaining the carcass of the man.”