FCT Police Rescue Reverend Hilary Okafoh From Mob Action

Police operatives at Deidei Building Material Market New Site, Abuja have rescued one Reverend Hilary C. Okafoh of Madalla, Niger State, from mob action.

The Reverend Hilary C. Okafoh was spotted on Saturday by traders and was almost lynched but for the timely intervention of the police, who escorted him out of the Dei Dei International Building Materials Market, Abuja.

Swift Reporters gathered that the mob descended on him to lynch him for his alleged involvement in the impersonation of bishops during Senator Shettima’s unveiling last month.

Hilary C. Okafoh spotted on blue shirt at Deidei Building Material Market

When contacted, the FCT Police Command Public Relations Officer, DSP Josephine Adeh, anipr, mipra confirmed the incident but said that a crowd of jesters followed Reverend Hilary C. Okafoh, trying to take pictures of him while they passed humiliating comments at him.

She said, “Not knowing how far this will go, and to preserve his fundamental human rights. The police swung into action and saved him from further embarrassment.”

The FCT Commissioner of Police cautioned anyone who would desire to violate the rights of others while hiding behind a social or political facade to drop the notion or face the appropriate legal repercussions, she added.

Police operatives escorting Reverend Hilary C. Okafoh out of the Dei Dei International Building Materials Market, Abuja.

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