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Police sergeant slumps, dies in Lagos
16 October 2014, 11:02
Lagos - A police sergeant on Inspectors’ Promotion Course at the Police College Ikeja, Lagos, have slumped and died, Vanguard reports.
Sergeant Lekan, who was to be promoted to the rank of Inspector, reportedly slumped at about 1pm on Wednesday and effort to revive him was unsuccessful.
Police sources at the college said that the deceased must have died from complications of an accident he was involved in Oyo State as it was reported he came for promotional examination sick.
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