The Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu has commanded that the suspect be transferred to the State Criminal Investigation Department for proper investigation and possible arrest of other escaping culprits
“The Team is expected to take over and consolidate all on-going investigation into the incident. The Team is also expected to investigate all angles of the reported attack with a view to ensuring that all persons empirically linked to the incident are apprehended and brought to book.”
Appearing before the panel, the two officers through their counsel, Barrister Soji Oyetayo, informed the panel that the alleged officers were not involved in the said incident and neither were they in the security vehicle that allegedly chased the deceased to death.
“The decisions of the federal high court, Coram Judice: Hassan, J. delivered in Suit No: FHC/L/CS/13/2017 on 16th February 2017 are hereby set aside. The order of final forfeiture of the sum of N9,080,000,000.00 (Nine Billion and Eighty Million Naira) to the federal government of Nigeria is hereby set aside. It is hereby ordered that the said sum of N9,080,000,000.00 (Nine Billion and Eighty Million Naira) be returned to the appellant forthwith,” the court ordered.
In moving the application for the final forfeiture of the properties, counsel to the applicant, Nnaemeka Omewa, told Justice Mohammed Liman, that the properties were acquired with a loan obtained from Guaranty Trust Bank and paid back by money suspected to have been diverted from the coffers of the Kwara State government.
"As it is, I am demanding for N10million compensation to cushion the effect of all I have lost due to the incident and at the same time, I want the erring police officer to face the wrath of the law so as to serve as a deterrent to others"
Alkaleri, who is also the state Chairman of Hunters Association of Nigeria, said that registered hunters had been operating 24/7, patrolling all nooks and crannies of the state in order to make citizens sleep with their eyes closed. He added that the hunters were operating jointly with security agents in all the 20 local government areas of the state.