Police unveils 22yrs Old Lekki murderer: Guess Who?


Identify of 22yrs old that Slain Lekki Engineer revealed

The Lagos State Police Command has revealed the identity of the killer of the sound engineer at Lekki in Lagos Nigeria.

On Monday, the Nigerian Police Force (Lagos Command) revealed the identity of a 22-year-old Usman Abubakar who was said to have set David Imoh (Lekki engineer) ablaze with petrol.

This was revealed by Benjamin Hundeyin (Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer) who also disclosed that the total number of suspects currently arrested has risen to seven.

Police unveil 22yrs Old Lekki murderer: Guess Who? Usman Abubakar (a 22-years-old) is currently been unveiled as the seventh suspect.


Who is David Imoh?


David Imoh is said to be a Sound Engineer by profession with two kids that are under the age of 6.

There is little to know yet about David but is said to be survived by a family and 2 kids


How David was Lynch?


David was said to be returning home after working at a club in Lekki Phase 1.

An argument erupted with a commercial motorcyclist (Okada rider) over N100 change.

This led to other Okada riders getting involved and eventually led to the death of David.

David was said to have been beaten to a stupor and laid unconscious before he was set ablaze by some Okada riders.


The Aftermath


This incident has led to a lot of effects in Lagos State. The state governor Sanwo Olu has banned Okada riders in some local governments across Lagos State.

Many are clamouring that the state government should ban okada riders across the entire state.

A lot of people are claiming that the governor will not ban Okada riders across the state because most of these riders are also used as political thugs during elections.

Many sympathisers of David have posted different messages on social media calling for justice.

Investigations are currently ongoing by the Nigerian police force Lagos command and some suspects have been arrested.

Many are also waiting on the next line of action from the Nigerian police and the Court decision based on this case.


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