Police launch investigation into three children killed in parked car in Ilorin


Kwara State Commissioner of Police, Victor Olaiya, has ordered a careful investigation into the death of three brothers who died of suffocation in a parked car in Ilorin on Sunday, DAILY POST reports.

On Monday, fact-finding police officers visited No. 8 Bolke Lane, Zango Klende area of ​​Ilorin, where three brothers, who share the same parents, were reportedly found dead in the said vehicle.

However, they were unable to enter the building because the gate was locked and there was no one around to welcome them.

Police then went to the family home of the deceased's mother, Shayed Shirifat, in Ilu Magaji, Taiwo Isare Street. She was recovering from the shock of Sunday's tragedy.

DAILY POST learned that police officials questioned her for not reporting the matter officially.

Sources told DAILY POST that the Police Commissioner has given the go-ahead for a careful investigation to get to the root of the problem.

Meanwhile, the landlord of the home where the brothers died reportedly issued a notice of resignation to Abdulkadir Jimoh, the father of the deceased children, who has been in hiding since the tragedy occurred on Sunday afternoon. There is.

Jimoh, who runs a barber shop in Oke Andi in the Zango Klende area, is said to have borrowed the ill-fated car that killed his three children from his sister nine days ago for the naming ceremony of a newborn baby by his second wife. Before.

Source: dailypost.ng

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