Lagos Deputy Commissioner of Police Found Dead in Ogbomoso Home

Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Gbolahan Oyedemi, serving under the Lagos State Police Command, was found dead in his private home in Ogbomoso, Oyo State.

The incident occurred shortly after the Easter weekend, when Oyedemi, a native of Ogbomoso, had returned to the town to celebrate the holiday with his family.

Oyedemi, who previously served as the Aide de Camp (ADC) to Late Christopher Adebayo Alao Akala, a former governor of Oyo State, was found hanging in his house.

The circumstances surrounding his death suggest that he may have committed suicide.

The late DCP was known for his dedication to his work and had recently visited Ogbomoso from Lagos for the Easter celebrations.

He had reportedly dismissed his aides to spend time with their families for the holiday.

The news of Oyedemi’s death has shocked both the Lagos and Oyo State Police Commands, as well as the community in Ogbomoso.

The incident has raised questions about the mental health and well-being of law enforcement officers, who often face high levels of stress and pressure in their line of work.

As of now, the spokespersons of both the Lagos and Oyo State Police Commands have not provided any official statements regarding the incident.

The circumstances leading to Oyedemi’s death remain under investigation.

The tragic passing of DCP Gbolahan Oyedemi has left the law enforcement community in mourning.

The incident highlights the importance of addressing the mental health and well-being of police officers, who are often exposed to high-stress situations in their work.

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