A human rights group, Human Rights Monitoring Agenda (HURMA) has tasked the police in Lagos to step up its investigation of the homicide of a 14-year-old boy, Kudus Anifowoshe, within the Igbogbo space of Ikorodu on October 21.
Anifowoshe was a Senior Secondary (SS) 1 pupil of Icon Primary and Secondary School, Igbogbo.
His mutilated physique was discovered three days after he went lacking whereas taking part in along with his mates in entrance of their home. His slippers have been additionally later present in an uncompleted constructing three homes from his dad and mom’ house.
Last Wednesday, The Nation learnt that Anifowoshe’s telephone saved ringing from a non-public name, which prompted his college instructor to confiscate his cell phone. It was returned after college. Shortly after he bought house, the incident occurred.
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It was additionally learnt that the boy’s father, Alhaji Taofeek Anifowoshe, accused a 17-year-old Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU) undergraduate of killing Kudus, as a result of the scholar was the final individual seen along with his son.
The pupil allegedly positioned his palms on the boy’s shoulders as they walked away round 7pm.
HURMA in an October 23, 2019 petition signed by its Executive Director, Comrade Isiak Buna urged Commissioner of Police in Lagos to search out the boy’s killers.
The petition is titled ‘A call to fully uncover the mystery around recent killing of a teenager, Kudus, in Ikorodu.’
It reads partly: “We want to hereby name on the workplace of the C.P to significantly present particular curiosity in uncovering the thriller surrounding the current killing of a 14-year-old boy, Kudus Anifowose in Igbogbo commuity space of Ikorodu, Lagos State