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A dismissed Nigerian soldier, Yemi Ayeni, has been arrested for attacking a policewoman in Lagos . The victim, Inspector Martina Onyeacho is attached to
The victim, Inspector Martina Onyeacho is attached to the Police command in the state.Public Relations Officer, Bala Elkana, confirmed the arrest on Thursday.He recalled that the incident occurred on August 9, 2020, at about 5:30pm in Ilemba Hausa.The spokesman said the Police received a call that Onyeacho, on traffic control duty, at Shibiri Bus Stop, was in distress.
The patrol team sent to the scene rescued and took her to the hospital for treatment.The officer sustained various degree of injuries from punches and beating with a stick.Ayeni had challenged Onyeacho after she ordered the commerical vehicle he was in to move away from where it parked due to obstruction.
An argument ensued and the suspect’s grouse was that the policemwoman did not accord him respect.Falana seeks prosecution of motorcyclist over alleged rape in EkitiWhen paraded, Ayeni said he spent four months in the Nigerian Army Depot, Zaria, Kaduna State in 2002.
The suspect revealed that he was dismissed from training on mental health grounds but has been posing as a soldier.Elkana stated that Ayeni will be charged to court soon. Read more: Daily Post Nigeria »
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