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Photos: Drunk Mopol, Mobile Policeman Kills 3, Commits Suicide In Ketu Lagos Hotel

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Photos: Drunk Mopol, Mobile Policeman Kills 3, Commits Suicide In Ketu Lagos Hotel

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December 27, 2015 – Picture: Drunk Mopol, Mobile Policeman Sergeant James Steven Kills 3, Commits Suicide In Ketu Lagos Hotel On Boxing Day

A mobile policeman identified as Sergeant James Steven has ended his own life.

He was attached to a hotel in Ketu Lagos before he lost mental balance while under the influence of alcohol and weed.

According to an eyewitness who broke the story on Facebook yesterday, Sergeant James was attached to a hotel in the area to provide security for the yuletide season but on boxing day, he decided to indulge in alcohol but allegedly lost control in the process.

He reportedly opened fire on other fun seekers, after killing 3, he turned the gun on himself.

Hear what a witness said on FB:

“I was at the point where the incident occurred this evening. God knows what transpired between those three boys and the Mopol. While the other were watching he shot the other two and then he sprayed bullets as if he was at the war front. He later shot himself.” 

The tragedy has been confirmed by Lagos Police PRO, Joe Offor.

See graphic photos from the scene of the incident..VIEWERS DISCRETION IS STRONGLY ADVISED

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  1. O'Nels

    December 27, 2015 at 6:34 AM

    Government should pls do something about our police, the killing of innocent people by nigeria police is getting out of hand.

  2. mabel

    December 27, 2015 at 10:04 AM

    thats bad, most times these security officers are abusive

  3. Edwin

    December 29, 2015 at 5:53 AM

    I’m sure the Commission of Police I know will not take this lying low. However, I will like to ask some question hoping somebody out there in Police command will see it. 1. Was the Police officer posted to guard the Hotel alone? 2. Is this the first time the officer would be posted to guard the facility. 3. Was there any report made by the management of the hotel prior to the incident? How long has the officer being on duty to get himself drunk to the extent of shooting someone and taking his own life? Where did he sign his weapon from? what was his state or comportment as when signing for the weapon? does he have any previous record of such behaviour or incident? What is the level of intoxication of the officer? was there any report of smoking, drinking and harassment reported against the officer before the incident? Is there any record of visitations by his superiors prior to the incident? What is the criteria for sending the police officer to cover the facility in the first instance? I want to believe the Police authority will look beyond just shooting because we’ve had similar cases of misbehaviour from drunk Police officers on uniform in the past. It is my personal opinion that the hotel authority also have a responsibility of ensuring that best behaviours are exhibit by police officers posted to their facility. This incident must turn things around for the Nigeria Police, mostly the Lagos State Police command, where the CP is trying his best stay awake in other to make sure things like this don’t happened (Unfortunate). It can be business as usual. If the image of the police in the country must change then it must start from Lagos state. We still have many drunk in the Police that need to be urgently identified and treated. It will be a shame if this is allowed to happened again mostly during this festive period. I know the Police have very good investigators, who can deliver at record time. But I think in cases like this there should joint investigation, if so doing you are sure very think you need to know is laid on the table for you to see. Head may roll at the end of the day, but the beauty is that, you are left with the best resources to work with. I pray for a better police. Please people should be careful dealing with armed personnel. I sympathise with the family of the deceased. May God grant them the fortitude to bear the lost. I hope by now I high powered delegation must have visited families of the deceased.

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