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A group of students from the Rufus Giwa Polytechnic are demanding justice for one of their colleagues who was allegedly murdered by Amotekun operatives in cold blood.
The students stormed the Ondo state government house with the corps of the deceased student identified as Ademola Alayori, in protest of his untimely death while demanding that the Amotekun agents that killed him be brought to book.
It was gathered that before he passed on, Ademola narrated the incident in a voice note that was shared amongst his schoolmates. He stated that on July 4, 2022, he was at home and had just finished eating and was about to drink water when his brother who is an apprentice at a barbing saloon walked into the house.
Suddenly, some men barged into their apartment and when he (Ademola) asked what they were looking for, he was ignored and instructed by the local police to move out alongside other occupants of the house. He further alleged that he was shot in the process and dragged by the operatives to their office where he was kept in a cell with a dog that was licking the blood from his wound.
He added that from the cell, he was taken to the Federal Medical Center in Owo after his condition worsened, and thereafter an operation was carried out on him. He later died in the hospital.