Residents seek justice for Afolabi Abiola A.B who got killed by police in Zone 10, Osogbo, Osun State KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, April 8, 2022

Residents seek justice for Afolabi Abiola A.B who got killed by police in Zone 10, Osogbo, Osun State

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that a young guy identified as, Abiola, also known as, A.B,has been shot dead by suspected police men in Osogbo, Osun State. (Read More Here).


According to information, on April 7, 2022, Abiola followed his friend Matthew (a Mobile phone technician) to his house to sleep over. After getting to Matthew's house, his house got raid by unknown police officers.

During the raid, Abiola got shot in the leg and was whisked away to the police station. According to Inside Osogbo, says that no one was allowed to see Abiola, until he passed away at an unknown hospital. 

His friends; Matthew and co., are saying no one knows the hospital the police men dumped the body of Abiola. 

Inside Osogbo reports:

"ATTENTION: Abíọ́lá was allegedly whisked away by some officers of the @PoliceNG at his friend's residence in Capital Area (Zone 10) of Òṣogbo around 11:00pm on Sunday. According to his girlfriend, Abíọ́lá was shot on the leg before being forcefully taken away by the Police. 

"All efforts to see him have proven abortive as the Police claims he is not with them.
@Princemoye1, kindly look into the matter.
#InsideOsogbo. JUST IN: The Ọlá-Ìyá underbridge is currently blocked as some youths are protesting the death of Abíọ́lá.
Details later.
#InsideOsogbo. 

"While we await the Ọ̀ṣun CP's official statement on Abíọ́lá's issue as promised, we urge everyone to continue to call the attention of the @PoliceNG and other relevant stakeholders to the issue. We all need to lend our voices to put an end to Police Brutality."

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