Four police officers in connection with the killing of Garafu Buraimoh, in the Ajah area of Lagos state on December 6, have been arraigned in court.
Buraimoh was said to have been out buying fuel when he was hit by a bullet fired by the officer attached to Ajiwe police station in Ajah.
In an update given this morning, the spokesperson of the state police command, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, said four officers were arraigned in court on Friday, January 27 and have been remanded in prison custody.
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