Lagos police launch investigation into alleged violence against family, their 11-month-old baby by its officers

The Lagos Police Command has launched investigation into an alleged case of violence, unlawful detention, sexual harrasement, inhuman treatment against a family by its officers.

Police spokesman in Lagos, Benjamin Hundeyin, said in a tweet on Tuesday that the command has commenced an in-depth investigation into the allegations against the officers involved.

“The entire family is at the Police Headquarters as I tweet this (I won’t post their picture for their privacy). The DPO and another officer involved are also here. The X-Squad department of the Command has commenced in-depth investigations,” Mr Hundeyin said.

Happiness Liberty, a stay-at-home mother of three, accused a police officer under Igando division of physically assaulting and detaining herself, her husband, his siblings, her three children including an 11-month-old baby, according to Sahara Reporters.

Narrating her ordeal to the media outlet, Mrs Liberty said the alleged official…

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