Police Investigate the Killing of Anita Akapson

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• IGP has ordered the detention and investigation of Policemen involved in the incident that led to the death of Miss Anita Akapson
• He deeply commiserates with the family of the deceased and assures them that justice will be done in the matter

The Inspector General of Police has directed the Commissioner of Police, Federal Capital Territory, Abuja to immediately detain and personally carry out a thorough investigation of policemen involved in the incident that resulted in the death of Miss Anita Akapson at Katampe Extension, Abuja on the night of Saturday, 13th October, 2018; and bring the perpetrators to justice. The IGP deeply commiserate with the family of the deceased and hereby assure them that justice will be done in the matter.

The Commissioner of Police, Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Command is already in touch with the family as directed by the Inspector General of Police. The public will be informed of the outcome of investigations into the incident.

Ag. DCP JIMOH MOSHOOD
FORCE PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER FORCE
HEADQUARTERS ABUJA

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