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Trigger-happy policeman bolts after killing lawyer in Ajah

A yet-to-be-identified trigger-happy policeman has reportedly shot and killed a female lawyer, identified as Barr Omobolanle Raheem.

TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) learnt Barr Omobolanle was returning from Christmas Day service on Sunday in Ajah, Lagos State when she was shot at by the errant police officer.

She was shot in the chest and according to reports, the Lagos lawyer died instantly.

A message on the matter by one Barr. Yvonne, a member of the NBA Lagos Branch reads:

“My boss Barr Omobolanle Raheem was shot dead today, by a POLICE OFFICER on her way back from Xmas service at Ajah under bridge.

“Her family just called me now, that they need a lawyer to stand in for them before the police change the narrative. They have taken the matter to Ajiwe Police Station.

“The police officer is from Ajiwe station. Her husband was the one driving, Barr. Omobolanle was seated in the front with her husband.

“The officer asked them to park and they needed the vehicle in front to move so they can park well, and immediately the police officer shot at a close range right into her chest.

“On seeing what happened, the remaining police officers on duty there absconded.

“After a while, some police men came and moved her body to the mortuary in Yaba, without obtaining any consent from her family members. Currently her family has located where they moved her body to”.

Meanwhile, the Lagos State Police Command has confirmed the sad incident and disclosed the officers involved have been taken into custody.

SP Benjamin Hundeyin, Public Relations Officer, Lagos State Command confirmed the incident, saying the officers would be moved to the SCID for further investigation.

“Unfortunate and avoidable incident that was. The ASP that shot and two others with him have since been taken into custody. They are to be moved to the SCID for further investigation,” Hundeyin tweeted.

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