- A lecturer at Michael Otedola College of Primary Health Education (MOCPED) in Lagos State, Ahmed Saheed, was killed
- within 48 hours of the In the murder of Saheed, a college student, Razak Bakare, was shot dead on campus.
- Traditional rulers in the affected communities have urged the Lagos state government to deploy more security guards / strong>
Epe LGA, Lagos State – Ahmed Saheed, Lecturer at Michael Otedola College of Primary Health Education (MOCPED) in the municipality of Epe in the state of Lagos was shot dead.
Daily Trust reported that the lecturer was killed near the town of Poka in Epe.
A college student identified as Razak Bakare was also shot dead on campus.
The newspaper added, quoting a Pol izeiquelle who said both incidents occurred within 48 hours.
Traditional rulers confirm deaths
It was found that the death of the lecturer and the student of Legislators and traditional rulers have been affirmed in the communities.
They said that while the student was persecuted and killed on Wednesday November 17th, the lecturer was killed on Friday November 19th. November, shot.
According to Aladeshoyin from Odo-Noforija in the Epe division, there is currently unease in the academic community of Poka.
Oba Babatunde Ogunlaja, the traditional ruler of the municipality, expressed his sadness over the incidents.
He said that the peaceful nature of the city of Noforiya had been destroyed by the unfortunate murders .
Traditional ruler recommends security measures
Oba Ogunlaja urged instructed the institution to install video surveillance cameras (CCTV) inside and around the school premises.
The monarch also appealed to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu and Police Commissioner Hakeem Odumosu, deploy more security guards in the community.
He asked the Lagos State government to rebuild the institution’s collapsed fence.
Also the Alara of the Kingdom of Ilara, Oba Olufolarin Ogunsanwo, condemned the incidents and called on the law enforcement authorities to fish out the perpetrators
He also promised that the traditional institution would ensure that that every effort is made to combat such ugly trends in the community.
Raid into Lagos during a police raid on the training camp, arrest of 108 naval impersonators
In other news there are quite a few r than 108 suspects who allegedly pretend to be Men and officers of the Nigerian Navy were arrested by the Lagos State Police Command.
State Police Commissioner Odumosu said the suspects were in a raid arrested at her training camp in the Ogudu-Sanfield area of the state.
During the suspects’ parade at the command headquarters in Ikeja, Odumosu said that the commanding officer of the Sunday Dakare training camp was also arrested, and added that the suspects operated under the name of the Nigerian Merchant Navy, also known as coastal defense.