By Hammed Hammed From Osun

Emmanuel Ogboo, from Ossamala in Ogbaru Neighborhood Government Area of Anambra State, has condemned the catch and restriction of his 17-year-old kid, Chinedu Ogboo, since February 16. Mr. Ogboo, on Sunday, said his youngster had been taken to Atani Division, Okpoko Division, and later to the State Criminal Assessment Office, Awka.

He said his kid was caught near his kid accomplice, Chima Ossai, over a fire episode at the association where they worked. He said the association (name kept), which produces single-use food packs, is at Atani Road, Odoekpe, in Ogbaru Close Government Area of Anambra State.

Mr. Ogboo said the association guaranteed that the adolescents were the last to leave the fragment where the fire episode happened, which drove the association safety faculty to catch and hand them over to the police. He inquired as to why the young people had been saved for 24 days without bail or arraignment. He conveyed stress over the mental and physiological strength of his youngster, whom he said may have been protected in a cell with criminals. “I believe the world should hear me.

My youngster and his friend who work in an association have been in police confinement since February 16. “The association ensures that the group was responsible for the release discharge up in their plant, but they stated the shoot started rapidly when they left the fragment, yet the camera distinguished no weapon in their control to light the shoot.

“They didn’t kill, they didn’t take.” Why will those young people be kept by the police without bail or a starter? These young fellows have been moved from Atani to Okpoko and SCID. I’m uneasy about the life and sufficiency of my youngster,” he said.

What the law says A legitimate guide in Anambra, Reginald Uzoechi, said the Nigerian guideline denies suspects being saved in police care for more than 48 hours without being charged to court. Mr. Uzoechi said being underage doesn’t present obstruction to the suspects’ fair treatment of assessment and arraignment, but that their continued imprisonment amounted to net abuse of their essential normal freedoms.

“The law requires that when you catch a suspect, you should charge them to court not later than 48 hours, but at whatever point gathered, the court gives that the police should keep however lengthy it awards. “It is unlawful and an abuse of normal opportunities to throw people into confinement unendingly, more along these lines, when they are teenagers.”

It will amount to introducing them to certifiable gangsters, which will leave them mentally enlarged,” he said. The police agent in Anambra, Toochukwu Ikenga, told The News Association of Nigeria that he had hardly any familiarity with the matter.

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