18 Prisoners Who Escaped From Edo Correctional Facility Rearrested
Some 18 prisoners who escaped from two correctional facilities in Edo state during a recent jailbreak has been reportedly rearrested by the men of the Nigeria police force, Edo command.
WITHIN NIGERIA recalls that on October 19, hoodlums who hijacked the #EndSARS protests in the state coordinated two jailbreaks at the Oko correctional facility and Benin correctional facility; where over 2000 inmates escaped from both prisons during the jailbreak.
The state commissioner of police, Johnson Kokumo, made the news of the rearrest of the fleeing inmates known, during the parade of some suspects on Wednesday, November 18.
In another report, after several denials from relevant authorities about the October 20, 2020 Lekki Tollgate shooting, CNN has released its findings from an independent investigation carried out on the shooting incident. CNN shared footage of what appears to be bullets fired from soldiers’ guns.
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