The family of the late Sheriff Salami, who was tragically killed by suspected landgrabbers in Ajiran, Eti-Osa Local Government Area of Lagos State, took to the streets in protest on Thursday, demanding justice for their lost loved one.informationguidenigeria
The protest was led by a coalition of Civil Society Organisations and saw the participation of the deceased’s family members.JAMB Result
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Sheriff Salami, known for his stance against land-grabbing activities in the community, was shot dead on April 18 while he was attending a function near his residence. This brutal incident has sparked outrage in the community, leading to the protest.
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Gathering at the Lagos State police command headquarters in Ikeja around 11 am, the protesters raised concerns over the perceived reluctance of the local police division to investigate the incident thoroughly and bring the perpetrators to justice.JAMB Portal
The Acting Commissioner of Police, Waheed Ayilara, met with the protesters, receiving their petition and assuring them of his commitment to investigate the matter.NYSC Portal
Ayilara also encouraged anyone with information about the incident to come forward and share it at the police headquarters, indicating an openness to community involvement in the pursuit of justice for Sheriff Salami.
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