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Report: ‘Yahoo boys’ murdered Aso Rock official after police ‘betrayed’ her

Report: ‘Yahoo boys’ murdered Aso Rock official after police ‘betrayed’ her
February 20
07:38 2020
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Laetitia Dagan, an assistant director at the state house, was murdered by ‘Yahoo boys’ after the police allegedly betrayed her, THISDAY reports.

‘Yahoo boys’ is a terms used to describe those who engage in advanced fee fraud.

Dagan, 47, was killed about 11pm on Monday at her residence in Abuja.

According to the newspaper, the late director was uncomfortable when she found out that she was living among alleged fraudsters in Lokogoma area of Abuja.

She contemplated relocating from the area, according to the report which quoted some of her friends as saying.

It said Dagan later reported to the police but they allegedly betrayed her confidence and told the criminals that she was their informant.

It was on that note her assailants attacked her in revenge.

Dagan’s security guard, who has been reportedly arrested, was said to have aided the killers.

The police said they have arrested one suspect in connection to the murder.

“Preliminary investigation into the suspected murder by the Criminal Investigation Department of the FCT Police Command led to the arrest of one Edirin Ohonre who is suspected to have conspired with others now at large to perpetrate the crime,” the police said in a statement.

“The suspect, who is currently under interrogation, is assisting the team of police detectives with information that will lead to the arrest of the other suspects connected to the crime, that are now at large.”

 

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6 Comments

  1. christian
    christian February 20, 11:15

    police is among the insecurity in Nigeria

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  2. Cookey
    Cookey February 20, 12:21

    What a corrupt police we have in the country. They must have collected money from the yahoo guys so as to give them the informants name, those police officers should also not go free.

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  3. KLYARO
    KLYARO February 20, 13:12

    TOO BAD

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  4. Mr Blaq
    Mr Blaq February 20, 13:34

    Why can’t police officers involved in this kind of act be prosecuted and convicted with death penalty? Until these kind of things start happening in this country, the fight against insecurity and corruption in this country will continue to be a mirage. The Police is one of the greatest challenges to fighting insecurity in this country. I pity for this country!

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  5. Meggie
    Meggie February 20, 15:59

    That Nigeria is fighting insecurity today is because of police

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  6. Nodman
    Nodman February 20, 16:52

    In security outfield the sources of information must be protected to hear more from informant.but these days police are the double agent,two faces over crime and the achitect of insecurity in the country.

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