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Policemen who witnessed the lynching & murder of Delsu student & friend arrested(Photo)

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The policemen accused of collaborating with hoodlums to kill a Delsu student Nwainokpor and his�friend�in Badagry, Lagos State, have been arrested.
According to a video made available to Punch, two of them have been identified as Inspector Adefemi Ashogbon, who is the station officer of the Badagry Police Division, and one Sergeant John Sonayon.The two policemen and four other yet-to-be-identified policemen could be seen at the scene�watching�hoodlums beat the victims to death.
While Ashogbon and Sonayon were in the midst of the crowd, the four yet-to-be-identified policemen could be seen standing beside a white police patrol vehicle.
Ashogbon, who wore a green�pullover�and holding an AK47 rifle in the video, was the policeman that�interviewed�the victims during their torture.
It was learnt that the two policemen and some of the hoodlums had been arrested

Nwainokpor, who was nicknamed Ify, was a final year student of Geology and Mining, his heartbroken father told his own version of what happened

�On that particular day, I was in Ghana when I received a telephone call �that I should come immediately. My wife was in Delta State taking care of her � mother.
�When I arrived two days later, my relatives and the caretaker of my house �told me that my son was killed in the Ajara area along with his�friend. I was devastated.
�I got my son a �temporary job�with a Customs licensed �agent since their lecturers were on strike. �He worked everyday except on Sundays when he visited his �friends. On that day, he went to see Kazeem and they were strolling around Ajara.”
Samuel said because there had been a robbery in Ajara four days earlier, some of the residents were on the lookout for strange faces.
He added that when the youth �saw two unknown young men, they �accosted them and an argument ensued.He said the youth �called the head of the vigilante group � in the area, one Asiribo.
He said,
�Asiribo came to the scene with a locally-made pistol and handcuffs. He handcuffed my son and his�friend��before asking them�questions.
�Later, it was decided that the boys be taken to the Baale, Agano Oniyon of Agamade Ajara. But as they were going, Asiribo, while trying�to return�his gun into its �pouch, mistakenly shot himself in the stomach and died.”
Samuel said Asiribo’s death infuriated the youth, who �blamed the boys for �his �death.
�The mob picked up sticks �and beat them to death. Policemen were there,” � he �said.

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