Benjamin Hundeyin, Lagos police spokesperson, in a tweet on Friday, said senior military officers have paid a visit to Abiodun Alabi, Lagos police commissioner, over the “unfortunate death” of the police inspector.
‘WE ARE INVESTIGATING THE UNFORTUNATE INCIDENT’
Reacting to the incident, the army, in a statement on Friday by Olaniyi Osoba, acting deputy director of the 81 division, said it has constituted a board of inquiry to investigate the incident.
“The division is already in touch with the Lagos state police command to resolve the matter,” Osoba said.
“This incident is highly regrettable given the division’s disposition and zero tolerance for any misconduct.
“Accordingly, the division has instituted a Board of Inquiry to unravel the circumstances surrounding the unfortunate incident.
“At the end of the investigation, anyone found culpable will be made to face the full wrath of the disciplinary provisions.
“Consequently, the division wishes to commiserate with the Ojo Police Division and members of the family of the victim.”