Family raises the alarm over son’s abduction by SARS officers

Family raises the alarm over son’s abduction by SARS officers


The family of Taofik Badmos have raised the alarm over the alleged abduction of their son by operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad in the Lagos State Police Command. It was gathered that the 25-year-old was a 200-level part-time student at Yaba College of Technology and also a printer. Taofik had left the house on Atiko Street, Lagos Island, Lagos, where he lives with his parent, in the evening on July 23, 2018, but failed to return.

The family and neighbours organised search parties which did not produce the printer. The family was said to have moved from one police station to another without finding the father of one. Taofik’s father, Mr Kabiru Badmos, said that the family was, however, contacted by a SARS operative on July 27, 2018, informing them that Taofik was in SARS’ custody in Ikeja. It was gathered that Taofik’s parents, in company with his wife, went to the command.

They said efforts to see him proved abortive, while the crime he committed was not stated.

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