A Nigerian man is demanding justice for his brother-in-law, Collins Osagie, who was allegedly beaten to death by naval officers stationed at Naval Base AfroMedia Bus stop Along Lagos-Badagry Express Way on Monday, August 17.

According to reports, late Osagie, a mechanical engineer, was trying to settle a dispute between a naval officer and a spare parts seller when he was allegedly beaten to death by the officers.

Confirming the incident, the spokesperson of the state police command, Bala Elkana, said an investigation has commenced into the matter.

Sports broadcaster, Nnamdi Obanya, who met with a relative of the deceased, shared photos of the deceased man and also what the bereaved relative told him.

4 COMMENTS

  1. Who do you turn to when the security
    officers who are supposed to protect you are the ones who have caused you harm? If you or a loved one is a victim of Naval or Police brutality, contact the Trial Lawyers for Justice as soon as possible. Such wicked behaviour should not be tolerated in our society.

  2. Who do you turn to when the security officers who are supposed to protect you are the ones who have caused you harm? If you or a loved one is a victim of Naval or Police brutality, contact the Trial Lawyers for Justice as soon as possible. Such wicked behaviour should not be tolerated in our society.

  3. Justice must definitely prevail. This kind of dastardly act by the men in uniform must not be condoned else they continue to perpetuate and perpetrate lawlessness in the country with impunity.
    #SayNoToInjustice

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