The Centre for Social and Economical Rights (CSER) has condemned in strong terms the murder of Police Chief Superintendent Kazeem Abonde.
On Thur, Abonde and his men moved against okada riders flouting the Lagos authorities’s directive in and around Ajao Estate.
As scores of the motorbike operators revolted, the police force operatives took to their heels for fright of existence lynched.
CSP Abonde got exposed and was boxed in. The attackers pounced on him, smashed his chief and ran absent as he died in a puddle of blood.
DAILY POST gathered that the deceased was preparing to bow out from the Forcefulness in 2022 and planned to be a lawyer after retirement. He already bagged law a level.
A statement by Nelson Ekujumi, CSER Executive Managing director expressed sadness over the gruesome killing.
“This is an assault on the sovereignty of the Nigerian province by criminals who must be apprehended and brought to justice as speedily as possible”, it read.
The rights body insists that under the structure of Nigeria, no one, whether civilians or security agents, have a right to additional judicially terminate human life.
Ekujumi regretted how Abonde’s squad abandoned their commander to be executed in the discharge of lawful duty.
He declared that their “unprofessional” activity “smacks of incompetence, dereliction of duty and culpability for murder”.
“We telephone on the police force authorities to ensure that investigation of this human activity of criminality extends to all the officers and men who participated in the articulation surgery.”
CSER condoled with Abonde’s household, the police force, other mourners and prayed God to grant the departed soul eternal ease.
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