Why police infrastructure of oppression must be dismantled — Akin Fadeyi

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As reactions trail the death of Kehinde Omotosho, a trader in Gbagi market, Ibadan, during what has been described as an illegal detention, Yejide Gbenga-Ogundare reports, the commitment of Akin Fadeyi Foundation to ensuring the deceased gets justice and why the infrastructure of oppression and suppression of citizens by police must be dismantled.

“The death of Kehinde Omotosho while in custody at the Iyaganku Police station will not be allowed to be swept under the carpet. We will not rest until we get justice for the deceased’s family because it is one death too many and needless in a sane society.

“His arrest is illegal as well as an infringement on his right to dignity under…



Source: Nigerian Tribune