BREAKING: Police Arrests Alleged Killers of Kolade Johnson

The suspected team of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad, FSARS, who allegedly murdered Kolade Johnson, on Sunday have been arrested.

36-year-old Johnson was killed by a member of the FSARS, when they raided his area in search of dreadlocks wearing youths.

Kolade, who had just finished watching the match between Tottenham and Liverpool, was killed by a police bullet during the ugly incidence.

However, in a statement signed by DSP Bala Elkana, Police Public Relations Officer, Lagos State, the force revealed that they are on top of the matter.

Read statement below

On 31/03/2019 at about 5.05pm, the Command received a distress call that Lagos- Abeokuta Express Way has been blocked by some angry youths who were protesting the shooting of one Kolade Johnson m of No.1 Beco street, Onipetesi, Mangoro Bus Stop by a team of Policemen from Anti Cultism unit.

A team of policemen from the Rapid Response Squads and Metro patrol were promptly drafted to the scene. The account of eye witnesses helped in identifying the team which fled the scene immediately after the incident. Members of the team suspected to be involved in the shooting have since been arrested and are currently in Police custody undergoing interrogation. They will be subjected to internal disciplinary procedures, and may be prosecuted in conventional Court if implicated by ongoing investigation.

Meanwhile, the Commissioner of Police Lagos State, CP Zubairu Muazu mni calls for calm, assuring that justice will prevail in this case. The Commissioner of Police also condoles with the family, friends and well wishers of Kolade Johnson.

The CP has promised to initiate far reaching reforms to help in repositioning the Anti Cultism Squad for effective service delivery, particularly in areas of respect for Human Rights and proficiency in the use of firearms. Members of the Public who have complaints on the activities of Anti Cultism Squad or any of our Police teams should call the following numbers 08063299264, 08065154338 and 08060357795, please.