Lagos State Police Command Friday declined any further comments on the alleged illegal detention of late Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola’s two sons, Kassim and Aliyu, who were arrested and detained over the September 2 robbery incident which took place at the residence of late politician in Ikeja.
They were said to have been detained, following a complaint that was lodged by their step-mother, Adebisi Abiola, after the robbery incident.
But, reacting to the suit instituted by Abiola’s sons, Public Relations Officer of Lagos State Police Command, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, said: “On MKO Abiola’s Sons’ Arrest: We will be silent for now because the matter is subject of litigation. We will react as when due.”
In another development, Chairman of the Police Trust Fund (PTF) and former Inspector General of Police, Sulaiman Abba, has inspected some of the dilapidated Police Barracks and facilities in Lagos State.
The former police boss, who was accompanied by Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu; Commissioner of Police in charge of Works, Department of Logistics and Supply, Aliyu Abubakar; Area Commander Area A Lion Building, Bode Ojajuni, among others, went round to see the bad condition of Obalende and Ije Barracks at Obalende area and Mopol 20 Police Barracks and the Police College at Ikeja.
While inspecting the deplorable condition of the barracks, Abba assured the police personnel and their families of President Muhammadu Buhari’s commitment to improve their welfare and living conditions with a view to getting the best service delivery from them.
He reaffirmed the Buhari administration’s determination to kick-start the Trust Fund to improve the welfare of the personnel of the Nigeria Police, especially in the areas of trainings, welfare, logistics and a host of others, for more reinforced internal security of the country.