A human rights group, Amilca Cabral Ideological School Movement has condemned the incessant criminally attack on innocent, laws-abiding citizen in Osun State
The victim who happened to be a journalist, and the Chairman of Osun State Online Media Practitioners Association of Nigeria, Jare Tiamiyu.
The ACIS-M in a statement signed by its Co-ordinator, CDE Akin Asifat on Tuesday called on Commissioner of Police in the State of Osun to arrest and prosecute those officers who intend to kill innocent person of Mr Jare Tiamiyu and physically harrassed his trainee who are going out to their lawful duty.
It reads, “INCESSANT CRIMINALLY ATTACK ON INNOCENT, LAW-ABIDING JOURNALIST IN THE STATE OF OSUN: A CALL FOR JUSTICE!
“Our attention has been drawn to unwarranted attack on Mr Jare Tiamiyu, Chairman Osun State Media Practitioner Association of Nigeria along Okinni-Oshogbo Rd. It was equally learnt that affected journalist was coming from.Okinni axis to Osogbo whilst he stop by police office who was not on uniform but stood on the road to ensure stop&search activity. But the innocent journalist did not objected to the instructions &could be repay back for his obedience was physical asault& humiliation with threat to life through gun shooting deadly &charm.
“We are bold to emphatically state it that Mr Jare Tiamiyu would have been murdered cold-bloodedly,if not by God’s grace that finally safe him this police officer& his cohorts who were on the road that time.
“Our movement condemn this barbaric act totally, whilst believing that police force was made to secure life& properties of the citizens not to inflicting unjust, inhumane&obnoxious attack on them. This singular belief is premised in the act that established Nigerian Police Force&oat each officers swore to whilst taking up assignment.
“We charge the Commissioner of Police in the State of Osun to promptly, as we demand for immediate &unconditional arrest & prosecution of those officers who intend to kill innocent person of Mr Jare Tiamiyu & harras his trainee who are going out to their lawful duty.
“Nigerian Police Officers should be friends to common man, not fascists.”