OKUJAGU COMMUNITY IN PHALGA DEMAND OVER 200 MILLION NAIRA COMPENSATION FOR GRUESOME MURDER OF ONE FAITHFUL DANIEL BY DISBANDED SARS
Written by miebaka ikiriko on January 21, 2021
The People of Okujagu Community in Port-Harcourt Local Government Area have demanded the sum of over Two Hundred Million Naira compensation for the Police authorities as total sum for the Gruesome murder of Faithful Daniel and Wanton destruction of properties in the Community by the operatives of thee disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad SARS.
Chairman Okujagu Community Development Committee, Mr. Dabopuye Owuboigbari who made the demand while appearing before the State Judiciary Commission of Inquiry in Port Harcourt said operatives of that disbanded of Anti-robbery Squad invaded the community on the 25th May, 2020 shot sporadically at midnight and break into houses which led to the death of two persons with others injured .
He explained that father of Faithful Daniel died at a result of the shock of his Daughters death pointing out that Faithful Daniel died under the custody of SARS as a result of the brutality meted on her and urged the commission to prevail on the Police authority to release her corpse for burial.
Also testifying, the Former Secretary of Post Graduate student association, Rivers State University Chapter, Mr. Waribo Boma Dagogo has accused the Mile 3 Police station of brutally tortured him with an allegation of stage managing his kidnap to defraud Management of Rivers State University.
Mr. Dagogo who explained that he left the campus as a result of the impending fracas of their Association, election demanded a public apology in two national dallies and 30 Million Naira compensation from the Nigeria Police force over the inhuman treatment and brutality meted on him.
On his part, a sixty six year old retired principal, Mr. Bakorson Reginald Sunday told the Commission that operatives of the Nigerian Police led by CSP Omoke Cletus and the current DPO of Bori Police station Angbashin burned down his eight bed room flat on the 5th of July 2020.
Radio Rivers Correspondent Francis Golden reports that the Commission entertained fifteen petitions during its sitting.