SAD: EndSARS: How my son misplaced N7.7m to foreign exchange as a consequence of unlawful police detention, commits suicide – Girl Inform Panel
Mom of a sufferer of police unlawful arrest and detention, Mrs. Funmi Akinade has revealed how her son, Seyi Akinade misplaced #7.7 million to forest commerce, which ultimately led Seyi to commit suicide.
In line with Mrs Akinade, a petitioner on the ongoing Judicial Panel of Investigation mentioned her late son, Seyi Akinade misplaced over seven million naira to foreign currency trading on February 3, 2020, as a consequence of his unlawful arrest and detention by law enforcement officials from Obada-Oko Police Station, Abeokuta who raided his hostel and locked him and 16 different college students up all night time with out a recognized trigger.
Mrs Akinade, spoke whereas defending her petition earlier than the Judicial Panel of Investigation arrange by the Ogun State authorities to research complaints of victims on police brutality, human rights violations, and extrajudicial killings by safety operatives throughout the State.
She revealed that after the large loss incurred by her late son, Seyi Akinade grew to become depressed and resorted to committing suicide by ingesting a toxic liquid substance confirmed by a medical physician to be snipper.
Recounting his expertise, a witness and a pal of the deceased, Mr. Damilare Adejoro who was additionally amongst these arrested mentioned, “on February 3, 2020, Inspector Babajide Adebusuyi and his three different colleagues raided and arrested all of the 17 college students staying inside Chocolate Metropolis Hostel at Camp, Abeokuta, detained and locked us all night time contained in the cell on the Station”.
In line with Adejoro, the officers didn’t inform us what our offence was however reasonably once we acquired to the station, we had been locked up with different 52 inmates already in a small cell after we had been requested to pay a sum of two million naira for bail which we couldn’t afford to pay.
Adejoro added that whereas within the police custody, his late pal who was a foreign exchange dealer severally informed the officers that he had opened a buying and selling enterprise on-line that may run into loss if not attended to, however they refused him entry to his cell phone, slapped and even made a jest of him which ultimately made him misplaced over seven million naira.
Adejoro added that earlier than his pal dedicated suicide on April 22, 2020, he went on his Twitter web page and wrote severally, “that is my story in case anybody is questioning why I did it” and on his final day on earth, he wrote, “I assume it’s goodbye now…nobody heard my cry for justice and this needed to occur haha…bye world”.
Mr Adejoro mentioned, “I imagine this panel would guarantee justice and produce hope to the widespread man” whereas requesting that the mother and father of the deceased be compensated for the large loss that led to the loss of life of Mr. Seyi Akinade.
Talking, a witness, Mr Olaleye Adejare who was the owner of the sufferer confirmed the incident revealing that the law enforcement officials ultimately collected N120, 000 earlier than releasing the scholars with none simply course.
On his half, one of many respondent Inspector Babajide Adebusuyi mentioned actually they arrested all of them however it was as a result of they acquired data that some had been smoking Indian hemp in the home although the deceased, in addition to his pal, weren’t culpable.
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