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Easter Tragedy: Deputy Police Commissioner Dies Mysteriously, Source Of Death Yet Unknown

A 50-year-old Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Gbolahan Olugbemi has been found dead in mysterious manner in his country home at Ogbomoso, Oyo State, where he had gone for the Easter holiday.
The body of DCP Olugbemi, who was serving at the Force Criminal Intelligence and Investigations Department (FCIID), Alagbon, Lagos, was reportedly found alone in his mansion.
Police authorities are yet to disclose their findings.
A senior police officer said the Force was investigating to unravel the mystery behind his action as he left no suicide note.
Until his mysterious death, the DCP served at the FCID Annex Alagbon close, Ikoyi Lagos.
But the police through the FCID spokesperson, ASP Aminat Mayegun have said that they were going to investigate his death and that the former Personal Assistant to late DIG Israel Ajao and late CP Young Arebame couldn’t not have committed suicide.
The police said they would probe who first saw his body, where he was coming from and who was with him at the time he entered his room including who had his two handsets as of the time of death.
They said that DCP Olugbemi, from enlistment into the police Force had juicy postings and was gradually nearing his retirement and that his death has left much to be desired.
Insider sources said the
A United Nations medalist in Law Enforcement and Administration, Olugbemi had served as the ADC to the late Oyo State Governor, Alao Akala.
He was DPO at Ilupeju, Area Commander at Ajah in Lagos, and he had earlier served as Personal Assistant (P A) to two Lagos State Commissioners of Police, the late CP Young Arebamen and the late DIG Israel Ajao. Olugbemi, who had received training in Terrorism and Counterterrorism in Operations, had received several awards in Nigeria and abroad, and he had been celebrated in the media for several good deeds in the course of his career.
He was a graduate of the University of Lagos and the Olabisi Onabanjo University respectively.

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