#ENDSARS: Police Appeal To Angry Youths In Ogun, Ensure Justice For Aggrieved Members - AMEBO ONLINE NEWSPAPER


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#ENDSARS: Police Appeal To Angry Youths In Ogun, Ensure Justice For Aggrieved Members

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Abeokuta - The hitherto peaceful protest embarked upon by youths across Ogun State is unfortunately taking a dangerous violent dimension as some people with ulterior motives are now using the opportunity to commit all sorts of heinous crimes.
According to the press statement signed by DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, PPRO Ogun State Command,  Early this morning, the protesters went to Atan-ota and set the Police station there ablaze and subsequently murdered the D.C.O, Dsp Augustine Ogbeche in cold blood. A civilian also died in the process while some arms were carted away. They also inflicted serious injury on the DPO, SP Sikiru Olugbenga whose whereabout is yet unknown. Also in Abeokuta, some groups of boys attacked Obada-oko divisional headquarters and vandalized it.

In view of this, the Commissioner of Police Ogun State Command is appealing  to the youths to eschew violence and embrace peace as violence will do no one good. He is equally appealing to traditional institutions, parents and other critical stakeholders to prevail on the youths to stop this carnage and give the government a chance to address the situation. 

The youths are reminded that since the commencement of the protests the police have been nice  and civil to them even when some of our men were injured and our stations damaged.. We even went ahead and released all the 36 suspects we arrested. 

However if in the course of handling the protests anybody feels offended we plead understanding and not retaliatory measures including killing and maiming policemen and burning and damaging police stations. 

We will ensure that justice is served any aggrieved person.  Please and please let us continue to embrace peace rather than violence. The Command sincerely appeal to the youths. Parents and guardians  are also enjoined to help rein in their children and wards .


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