IG Of Police Orders Probe Of Policemen That Arrested D’banj’s Rape Accuser, Seyitan
The Nigerian Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu has requested the quick examination of the cops who captured music star, D'banj's supposed assault informer, Seyitan Babatayo.
As indicated by Seyitan, cops professing to be conveyance men raged her home and had her captured after she uncovered that she was assaulted by the vocalist. D'Banj was then examined by the investigator general of police in Abuja and Seyitan was made to send her announcement from Lagos since she was unable to stand to head out to Abuja.
As indicated by Pulse NG, in a letter composed by the Inspector General of Police, all police officers associated with the capture must be tested. The letter named, 'Re: Petition Against Inspector Abraham, Supol Ugowe and the Entire Police Officers Team at Ikeja, Lagos Division of the Inspector General of Police' the IGP asked that the request from Seyitan Babatayo's legal advisor be tended to.
The request from Babatayo's legitimate delegate, Ojoge, Omileye, and Partners charges that the cops connected to the Intelligence Response Team captured Seyitan on D'Banj's requests and kept her for more than 24 hours. It was likewise expressed that they denied her entrance to her telephone and her legal advisors and she was exposed to terrorizing and mental torment by the cops.
"As per our customer, she was advised to compose an announcement denying ever meeting with Mr. Oyebanjo (D'Banj) and to likewise express that she lied against the individual of Mr. Oyebanjo. In undeniable reality, our customer was going to compose the explanation which she accepted would be a reason for her discharge when the insight came in and prevented her from composing such an announcement.
The direction further educated the police officers that all activities to the supposed assault of our customer in December 2018 by Mr. Oyebanjo have been moved to the DIG FCID for an intensive examination and that they have to remain the activity. The request likewise expresses that that D'Banj's Manager, Damien Okoroafor who later went to the police headquarters, affected the police who at that point wouldn't discharge Babatayo.