How police sergeant died at Gbenga Daniel’s House

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Sergeant Adeleke Ogunsola, a police officer, was killed after being struck by the unidentified driver of former Ogun State Governor Gbenga Daniel.

The incident occurred on Saturday at Daniel’s Asoludero mansion in Sagamu, Ogun State.

Governor Gbenga Daniel
Governor Gbenga Daniel

Ogunsola was one of the police officers assigned to the house for security reasons, according to our source.

According to reports, the accident happened as the cop was opening the gate for Daniel’s driver.

The former governor, on the other hand, was not in the automobile at the time of the event.

According to reports, the sergeant was pushed down by the vehicle after the gate ‘bounced back’ while he was opening it.

After then, the officer was brought to the hospital, where he died.

Some police officers who spoke on condition of anonymity, however, expressed sadness that Ogunsola was turned to a gatekeeper at the house.

According to them, another officer was at a time ‘sent out’ of the building over his refusal to be reduced to a gatekeeper in police uniform.

“Why will an armed policeman be the one opening the gate? Why will politicians turn the police to their slaves? When an officer refused to be used as a gateman in the house, they called the DPO that he should change him and he was redeployed.

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