Ruggedman wants the police to send the SARS officers responsible for the death of a young man to jail as he clashes with a popular Lagos police officer.
It is no longer news that a young man was allegedly killed by officers of SARS after a scuttle and now Ruggedman is clashing with a popular police officer over the issue.
It would be recalled that video of the men and operatives of SARS manhandling a certain young man who they claimed refused to allow them to see the content of his phone. It was reported that he died from wounds inflicted by the officers.
Now the gist is that ASP Badmus has come to say that, the Lagos state commissioner of police, Edgar Imohimi is presently interrogating the officers involved in the alleged murder.
However, rapper, Ruggedman isn't having any of this statement as he went on to call out the PRO saying that Nigerians are tired of hearing the same news all the time.
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''I am sorry that statement is never going to be enough for us. We are tired of these same words. We need to see them in court and hear their jail sentence. We feel the police keeps protecting the bad eggs and leaving innocent citizens to die. Now people are pulling me into this mess and I will not stand by and get coloured black. Please do better," he replied the police officer.
It didn't end there as she went to reply Ruggedman by saying she was totally disappointed in him for saying that the police was shielding the bad eggs.
This whole story dates back to when the said young man refused to allow the men of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad also known as SARS refused to allow them to search his phone. According to a witness, he was harassed and later tied up which might have resulted in his untimely death.
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