Who was Sadiat? Police Kill Female Student One of the Unity High School Abeokuta students was killed on Thursday, July 21st. According to sources, the victim died as the security personnel chased one of the criminals at the school. The security guards killed one of the Unity High School students from Idi Aba in Abeokuta Nigeria after she had taken her exam. According to sources, Sadiat was the student who died while following one of the fraudsters. Sources claim that the security personnel were hunting a cyber fraudster, also known as “yahoo boys”, and were shooting bullets at him while they chased him.
Who was Sadiat
Unfortunately, it had already hit the girl, aged 17 years. The suspect was able to reach the school and made it difficult for security personnel to catch him. Sadiat, a 17-year-old girl, was shot by one security guard. The public began throwing stones and other objects at the security personnel. The police were able to arrest everyone who attempted to throw objects at the security personnel. Some also recorded the scene. Sources claim that the security personnel had initially asked the public for calm, but then they began to act aggressively towards the death of the schoolgirl.
Sadiat was her only child. The Federal Medical Centre, Idi Aba in Abeokuta declared her dead. After being shot in the head at school, Sadiat was taken by ambulance to the hospital. The school staff heard the sound of the shot and took Sadiat to the nearest hospital. Sadiat wasn’t the only victim of the bullet. There were three other students who were also hit by the bullet along with the man driving the motorcycle.
One student at Unity High School spoke out and stated that security personnel had shot the students directly without any concern for their safety or security. This happened even though the students were wearing school clothes. The entire school will be forever remembrance this incident. There are many theories about the case because there isn’t any clarity from the police. The security staff must clear the matter before it’s too late.