₦airaland Forum

Welcome, Guest: Join Nairaland / LOGIN! / Trending / Recent / New
Stats: 2,277,886 members, 4,992,258 topics. Date: Thursday, 20 June 2019 at 09:12 PM

Michael Aworosaiye Suicide: Doctor Who Tried To Rescue Minister Says CCTV Saved - Crime (5) - Nairaland

Nairaland Forum / Nairaland / General / Crime / Michael Aworosaiye Suicide: Doctor Who Tried To Rescue Minister Says CCTV Saved (44033 Views)

Lady Battered, Escapes Robber Who Tried To Rape Her In Bayelsa. Photos / Man Who Tried To Rescue Kids From Being Beaten, Injured By Their Mother. Photos / Kidnappers Kill Policemen Who Tried To Rescue Kidnapped Victim In Benin (Graphic (2) (3) (4)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (Reply) (Go Down)

Re: Michael Aworosaiye Suicide: Doctor Who Tried To Rescue Minister Says CCTV Saved by Ishilove: 1:42pm On May 18
ednut1:
i have a friend in his former church. His wedding was cancelled cos another church gal he was fuking got jealous and licked his nudes. D house he was staying was given to him by the former church and they told him to vacate on his return to rccg. If u wan be pastor but a pastor if u want to be a fuker be a fuker abeg.
Oh dear... Things are never quite as they appear. That is why the word of God, not the ministers of God is my inspiration because if you closely examine the lives of some of them, you will become discouraged in your heavenly race.
Re: Michael Aworosaiye Suicide: Doctor Who Tried To Rescue Minister Says CCTV Saved by ghettochild4u(m): 2:45pm On May 18
One of the problems of this country is bad policing... Its better not to have a law cos all that happens everyday in Nigeria is no different from lawlessness....
If to say camera no dey now..
Na automatic jail for three innocents they even tagged criminals...
Imagine.. Am never coming back to naija oo. I left before next level was even gonna be a agenda.. If I come.. Na to come invest oooo shikena...naija is perfect definition of shithole
Can't wait to switch allegiance.... To Canada..
Bleep naija Bleep buhari n Bleep anybody wey no dey practise real democracy.. Awon werey won werey
Re: Michael Aworosaiye Suicide: Doctor Who Tried To Rescue Minister Says CCTV Saved by MasterSteps: 3:58pm On May 18
roughneck:
The other day a guy had a terrible asthma attack on my street, I wanted to help him to the hospital .. rushed to the nearest police station to request for an escort, luckily the DPO was reasonable and detailed one of his men to follow me to the scene.. omo the guy was just raking and whining all through with emphasis on “ wetin concern us? no be our job”. The irony of the whole issue is that, if that guy had died on the street, they will start conducting heavy raids on innocent young chaps living around there, looking for what is not lost..

Imagine if you went there to give information on a Yahoo boy and the same guy was detailed, his excitement would have known no bound.

There is a need for a total overhaul of the entire system.
Re: Michael Aworosaiye Suicide: Doctor Who Tried To Rescue Minister Says CCTV Saved by Cityguy: 7:16pm On May 18
kallmemrB:
Now people will get scared to help eachother
that's the unfortunate downside to this unprofessional behavior of the police
Re: Michael Aworosaiye Suicide: Doctor Who Tried To Rescue Minister Says CCTV Saved by dochenaj: 2:35am On May 19
If he hung himself, the guy should have died instantly if it was done right, not cry out for help.
And if it was done wrongly, then stabilizing the neck should prevent the fracture from completing.
So the doctor probably completed the killing.
Re: Michael Aworosaiye Suicide: Doctor Who Tried To Rescue Minister Says CCTV Saved by 9jaRealist: 5:35am On May 19
hopefulLandlord:

how's it wrong to have branded him a suspect though?

At that point, he is more appropriately what you would call "a person of interest"...
>
Re: Michael Aworosaiye Suicide: Doctor Who Tried To Rescue Minister Says CCTV Saved by englishman411(m): 6:11am On May 19
Nigeria police una mumu don doooooo
Re: Michael Aworosaiye Suicide: Doctor Who Tried To Rescue Minister Says CCTV Saved by hopefulLandlord: 6:47am On May 19
9jaRealist:


At that point, he is more appropriately what you would call "a person of interest"...
>

POI is someone police thinks might have information about a case so they want to talk to him/her to obtain such info. Suspect is someone who police thinks might've committed the crime. I'd say branding him suspect at the time wasn't wrong
Re: Michael Aworosaiye Suicide: Doctor Who Tried To Rescue Minister Says CCTV Saved by peacefull(f): 9:17am On May 19
Unconquerable:
It’s not just in Nigeria but other countries too. The good book says the days are evil. In Japan you will see a Japanese lying on the floor dying, yet fellow Japanese will completely ignore them and cross over to the other side of the road. The reason being that they are sometimes accused of being the culprit. Imagine what would have happened to this guy if there were no CCTV: he might be termed a murderer. In these uncertain times everyone needs Divine Wisdom to know how to act in every situation.

Wow....
This is very bad and sad.
I live in Japan. But I never heard kind of happened around me.
I just can say if peoples will see someone who is drunk person sleeping around station or on the street, many peoples will ignore and pass. But not everybody. Some peoples worry about that person and call to police or ambulance for help that person.
Re: Michael Aworosaiye Suicide: Doctor Who Tried To Rescue Minister Says CCTV Saved by HedwigesMaduro: 6:23pm On May 19
It seems during every police recruitment priority is given to those that are highly idiotic.

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (Reply)

Last Video Ghanaian DC Queen Dropped Before She Was Murdered / Corpse Of Corper Igali Ifiemi Found By The Roadside In Lagos / Robbers Attack FUTMINA Student With Cutlass (Photo)

(Go Up)

Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket

Links: (0) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2019 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See How To Advertise. 46
Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.