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A tragic incident occurred at a petrol station in Obalende, Lagos State, resulting in the fatal shooting of Toheeb Eniasa, causing mourning and fear in the community.

The incident occurred on Wednesday night, when Eniasa was waiting in line to purchase petrol, and an altercation erupted after two individuals attempted to bypass the queue.

The two individuals were suspected to be military officers and were confronted by Eniasa, who urged them to adhere to the queue like everyone else.

It was said that the altercation escalated into violence, resulting in Eniasa being shot by one of the men, who then fled the scene.

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A resident, identified as Mr Amos Ayo recounted the tragic confrontation saying that the men were Department of State Service (DSS) officials.

Ayo said:
I saw them. They are men of the DSS. They came to the scene to buy fuel but refused to join the queue.

“That is what they always do. It was not Toheeb’s turn yet, but he confronted them, asking them to join the queue or be polite about the way they went about the purchase.”

However, the DSS spokesman denied the involvement of any DSS officers in the incident and urged further investigation to ascertain the truth.

The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer also confirmed the incident and stated that investigations are ongoing to identify the perpetrators.


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