BREAKING NEWS! SARS Officers That Killed Kolade Johnson Dismissed From The Nigerian Police Force

at 4-04-2019 05:34PM (11 months ago)

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Some good news guys! The SARS officers that killed innocent football fan, Kolade Johnson at a viewing center in Lagos has been dismissed in an orderly room trial, they are now to be trialled in a civil court for their offenses. The cruel murder of Mr. Kolade Johnson led to one of the most publicized profile protest against police brutality against youths in Nigeria.


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UPDATE: Judgment has been given in the orderly room trial of the officers arrested in connection to the murder of Mr. Kolade Johnson. They have been summarily dismissed from the force and they have been transferred to Panti SCIID for further investigation and criminal trial.


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UPDATE ON THE TRIAL OF THE POLICE OFFICERS ALLEGED TO BE INVOLVED IN THE SHOOTING OF KOLADE JOHNSON…SUSPECT HANDED OVER TO CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DEPARTMENT, PANTI FOR PROSECUTION

The two Police Officers alleged to have been involved in the shooting of Kolade Johnson on 31/03/2019 were apprehended and subjected to internal disciplinary proceedings, known as Orderly Room Trial by the Command.

The Orderly Room trial commenced on Monday 01/04/2019 and ended on Thursday 04/04/2019.

They were tried on three count charges: (1) Discreditable Conduct (2) Unlawful and Unnecessary Exercise of Authority and (3) Damage to Clothing or Other Articles contrary to Paragraph E (iii), Q (ii) and D (i) First Schedule, Police Act and Regulations, Cap 370 LFN 1990.

The Trial started with the reading of charges and taking of plea.

Five witnesses testified.

At the conclusion of the trial, the first defaulter, Inspector Ogunyemi Olalekan was found guilty of Discreditable conduct by acting in a manner prejudicial to discipline and unbecoming of members of the Force by shooting and killing Kolade Johnson; Unlawful and Unnecessary exercise of authority by using unnecessary violence, by using AK 47 rifle on the deceased in total neglect to the provisions of Force Order 237 on the use of Firearms.

The Adjudicating Officer, CSP Indyar Apev awarded the punishment of dismissal from service and prosecution to the First defaulter.

There was no evidence linking the second defaulter, Sergeant Godwin Orji to the shooting, he was therefore found not guilty and discharged and acquitted.

The First defaulter, Inspector Ogunyemi Olalekan is handed over to Criminal Investigation Department, Panti for prosecution in conventional Court.

DSP Bala Elkana

Police Public Relations Officer

Lagos State.



EDDYPRINCE at 4-04-2019 06:37PM (11 months ago)
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good to hear....OH HOW I WISH  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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WhenYouThinkAboutIt at 4-04-2019 07:05PM (11 months ago)
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that is not enough, they should be sentenced to death, for playing God. Smiley Smiley Smiley Smiley
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WhenYouThinkAboutIt at 4-04-2019 07:06PM (11 months ago)
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I just pity his Son, left without a father in a deadly, unforgiving Nigeria
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fineboy77 at 4-04-2019 08:30PM (11 months ago)
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Good news,death sentence next,though nothing brings back the dead boy...I feel for the parents

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kacylee at 4-04-2019 09:10PM (11 months ago)
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not enough though

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