IGP Adamu Orders Probe Into ‘Killing’ of Remo Stars Defender

Mohammed Adamu

The Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Mohammed Adamu, on Monday, ordered an investigation into the death of Tiamiyu Kazeem, a Remo Stars FC player, in Sagamu, Ogun State.

Naija Mode reports that an officer of the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) allegedly killed Tiyamiyu Kazeem, better known as ‘Kaka’.

In a statement by Remo Stars media officer, Oladimeji Oshode, the club’s captain was killed at about noon on Saturday along Sagamu road.

The club spokesperson accused the SARS operative of stopping the vehicle Kazeem was driving alongside his teammate Sanni Abubakar.

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According to Oshode, Kazeem was allegedly pushed out of the vehicle by the SARS operative, who had mistaken him for a suspected internet fraudster (Yahoo boy), before he was hit by an oncoming vehicle.

However, the Ogun State Police Command claimed he jumped down from their vehicle, on their way to the police station, and was crushed by a hit-and-run driver.

A statement by the Force Public Relations Officer, DCP Frank Mba, on Monday called for calm over the situation.

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Titled: UNFORTUNATE DEATH OF TIAMIYU KAZEEM IN SAGAMU, OGUN STATE: IGP ORDERS DIG FCID TO TAKE OVER INVESTIGATIONS, the statement read, “The Inspector-General of Police, IGP M.A Adamu, NPM, mni has ordered the Deputy Inspector General of Police in-charge of the Force Criminal Investigations Department (FCID), DIG Anthony Ogbizi to, with immediate effect, take over investigations into the circumstances surrounding the death of Late Mr. Tiamiyu Kazeem in Sagamu, Ogun State on 22nd February, 2020. The IGP gave the order today, 24th February 2020 while reviewing daily reports of major crime incidents across the country.

“Meanwhile, the IGP while commiserating with the family and friends of the deceased, calls for calm and assures that justice will be done in the matter, reiterating that any person found culpable will be brought to book.”


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