Tiamiyu’s car vandalised in police station – Father

Kazeem Tiamiyu, Remo Stars Player

Kazeem Tiamiyu, Remo Stars Player

2/27/2020

Tiamiyu’s car vandalised in police station – Father

Tiamiyu Kazeem Toni Ufoh The last has not been heard about the death of Remo Stars’ assistant captain Kazeem Tiamiyu as his Lexus car, in which he was traveling before he died, was allegedly vandalised at the police station at Owode Egba, Ogun State, where it was parked. Fasasi Tiamiyu, father of the late footballer told The PUNCH that after he saw his son’s body in the morgue, he asked for the car and on seeing it, he told the police to take it to their station at Owode Egba police station for safety pending the end of investigations. He said, “After I saw my son’s corpse in the mortuary, I told the police from Owode Egba police station that the car should be taken to the station for more investigation. “I was surprised today (Wednesday) when we went there and discovered that the car had been vandalised. The gear is not working again and some parts of the car are missing. READ ALSO: Why lawyers defend suspected offenders – Ex-AGF Agabi “This is a car that was driven here and it is being towed out of the police station.” He told our correspondent that the Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of Criminal Investigation Department, Force Headquarters, Mr Ogunyonbo Peter, had directed the DPO of Owode police station, where the car was parked, to put the car in working condition and incur the cost. Copyright PUNCH. All rights reserved. This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from PUNCH. Contact: DOWNLOAD THE PUNCH NEWS APP NOW ON Receive Alerts on: Read more: The Punch Newspapers

What is all des nonsense? What s delaying a great reforms of d police force? Dey get messier by d day! In a bid to cook another story for what actually happened. Car go hustle ni... It happens often enough in police stations. If for any reason you are told to leave your car and keys behind, do your best to take it home with you. Sometime ago, in a period of fuel scarcity, policemen emptied the tanks of cars detained in a police station. Owners were angry.

It is a normal thing in police stations. If for any reason you are told to leave your car and keys behind, do your best to take it home with you. Sometime ago, in a period of fuel scarcity, policemen emptied the tanks of cars detained in a police station. Owners were angry. Nigerians are worried about coronavirus. It’s not a misplaced worry. However, a much bigger virus has been in the system for a long, long time ‘nd we’re just beginning to realize it...

He is not concern about the death of the boy, he is after the car, shameless father I don't care about the car; all I need is to see that foolish police man face full wrath of law. They can't be committing crimes with impunity as it pleases them. After all, they haven't done nothing to Boko Haram members whom should be their nightmare.

الله اكبر......oh lord ! Save this my beloved country. Double tragedy! Son died , vehicle vandalized. restinpeace. Our Force men are mad again, as Always. The whole of Police force the number of sane individuals amongst them can't be more than 10 person. Mental/Spiritual evaluation should be carried out on these people. This isn't normal no more.

Let's his father sue the police 👮 DPO

Father allegedly defiles 2 daughters in Kaduna – Daily TrustA Kaduna State Magistrate Court, on Wednesday, remanded one Muhammad Isah SaIeh in custody for allegedly having carnal knowledge of two of his underage daughters in Rigasa, Kaduna State. The magistrate, Musa Lawal, further adjourned the case to March 30 for mention, pending when the accused will have been served with new charges from the … Sick! A shameless father indeed! A report from VOA HAUSA. Call it rape.

Many officers are greedy,they are power drunk,they want to reap,what they didn't show,please Justice4Tiamiyu Our stories dey tire oyibo to comprehend walahi😏. A moving car was parked at a police station, after few days, gear no work again, parts stolen. Inside station 😏. Tufiakwa If na demon dey rule us we for know say na demon , which one be animal in human nature , I tire oo

The Nigerian police is a highly infectious evil plague that must be desperately avoided by any means possible. We. Do. Not. Deserve. This. Police. Force. Evil . . . I'm nt surprise, this is Nigeria 🇳🇬 Naija my country Nigerian police are crazy Naija my country lol

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Remo Stars player almost sealed Europe deal before death – FatherNot even you ally Thanks to Nigerian Government for failing in humanity Dream killers. Nigerian graves hold the biggest potentials in the world.

Our ordeal in the hands of Nigerian police – FootballersFollowing the horrific death of Remo Stars assistant captain Kazeem Tiamiyu after he was arrested by SARS officials on Saturday, JOHNNY EDWARD and KELVIN EKERETE write on the experiences of some of... I remember reading how rudeboypsquare saved a foreign based Nigerian footballer from police brutality. It's important they check the brain of those SARS officers. Many of dem get mental problem. What is the basis of the recruiting in the Niggerian Police? It seems 95% of them are illiterate Thanks so much for this punch ! Let the know what we face down here 💪🏼

Cultists invade station to free member, police arrest sevenPunch newspapers please investigate this story very well ... this is a clear case of oppression Are you sure you don't kill any and call it accidental discharge. Bunch of unprofessional men on uniform Which cult per se

StackPathFor those who knows this means “ we will stranglehold state owned radio stations “ like Abia like Kogi. Nonsensical nonsense statement, when you don't pay salaries



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