*Private Security Guard Stabbed To Death In Lagos – Details*

Private Security Guard Stabbed To Death In Lagos – Details.

Yusuf Akadogo, a private security guard has been reportedly lost his life after being allegedly stabbed by a yet-to-be-identified motorcyclist during a minor altercation in Lagos State.

While confirming the incident to journalists on Tuesday, The Lagos Police Command Public Relations Officer, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, revealed that the deceased security guard was attacked by an Okada rider, currently at large.

According to Hundeyin, the incident occurred on Thursday in the Idi-Araba area of the state.

“On that fateful day, around 9:20 p.m., the police received a distress call from a concerned community member regarding a disturbance at Igbira Road, Idi-Araba,” Mr Hundeyin said.

“Police operatives swiftly responded to the scene, where a witness provided an account of the events”. He said further.

According to an eyewitness who preferred to speak on anonymity, the deceased security guard intervened in a minor altercation between the Okada rider and another individual.

“Unexpectedly, the motorcycle rider, whose identity is withheld, allegedly turned his aggression towards the security guard and stabbed him in the stomach with a knife”.

“The victim was rushed to Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi-Araba, for urgent medical attention but unfortunately succumbed to nature during treatment”.

“The suspect fled the scene immediately after the attack, and the area is currently under surveillance as efforts to apprehend him are ongoing,” he said.

In another development, Mr Hundeyin disclosed that the police had earlier arrested four men who allegedly broke into a musical instrument warehouse in the Ikota area of the state.

As disclosed by the spokesperson, the suspects were allegedly arrested on 11th of June at about 4:30 p.m. following a reported case of theft by the warehouse owner.

Hundeyin disclosed further that the police had received a report from Idi-Oro Mushin that two young men (names withheld) were caught with two big speakers allegedly stolen from the warehouse.

However, Mr Hundeyin affirmed that the businessman had reportedly said goods worth millions of naira had been stolen from the warehouse.

“Preliminary investigation revealed that a man called Pastor, now at large, conspired with the suspects on June 10 at about 11:30 p.m.”.

“They had driven into a warehouse in the Okota area with a mini truck vehicle, with which they carted away their loot”.

“The 25-year-old security man and 33-year-old supervisor in possession of the warehouse keys were later arrested,” he said.

Meanwhile, Mr Hundeyin made it known that the suspected pastor, who resides in Oshodi, fled before the arrival of the police.

Hundeyin said efforts were being made to apprehend the suspect and recover the stolen items while investigations into both incidents continued.

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