Widow of Emmanuel Olufemi-Peters, Oluchi Ikpeka, has urged the Lagos State governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu and the state’s Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu, to fish out the killers of her husband, a former commander of Community Police Sector (CPS) in Lagos.
Olufemi-Peters was stabbed to death on June 19 while carrying out the COVID-19 lockdown order in company with some police officers and other paramilitary agents. The security agencies are yet to arrest the assailants who committed the dastardly act.
Oluchi, who was devastated while narrating how her husband was murdered, said it looked fishy that it could happen in the presence of policemen that he was assisting in crime-fighting.
“Three years ago, my husband was approached by divisional police officers in Agege area to assist in crime-fighting as the crime rate was becoming rampant. We were running home at No. 50, Capitol Road, Agege, for underprivileged children and a school. So, he was popular in the area. (Guardian)