Policeman who shot a passenger in Rivers State, finally arrested

Policeman who shot a passenger in Rivers State, finally arrested

The policeman who shot a passenger in Rivers State few days ago for challenging him, has been finally arrested and currently in detention.

Recall that we reported that the policeman shot the passenger who questioned him for delaying passengers of a transport company, whose driver he asked for driver’s license and tinted glass permit.

Mike Godwin wrote;

“This happened on my way for Lagos yesterday on east west road by Rumuge, A police man stopped our bus asking for drivers license from our driver which he gave him after that , he requested for tinted permit then the driver told him that the car is a company car and that the copy of the permit was not with him.

We all came down pleading with him to let us go, but he bluntly refused. On seeing us another of same company bus stoped to ask his colleague what the issue was along side with some passengers the next thing was that the police man opened fire on the leg of this young man who was also presumed to be a force man just because he demanded an explanation on why we were unjustly delayed. Am yet to recover from the shock can’t believe that the people that are meant to protect lives and properties, can just open fire and shot at a live that they are to protect. Pls share let those in authority see it.”

Reacting to the report which went viral few days ago, Zonal Police PRO, Dolapo Badmus disclosed that the policeman who shot the passenger in Rivers State has been arrested, and all disciplinary machinery has been set in motion. She wrote;

Alleged police shooting! This incident allegedly happened in Rivers state. By way of networking to sort out complaints against police action, I just got off phone with Police PRO for Rivers State Command, he informed me that the police man in connection with this incident has been apprehended and currently in detention. All disciplinary machinery set in motion and necessary actions will be taken.

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