A Lagos High Court sitting in Igbosere, on Thursday, adjourned to June 25, the hearing in the case involving a dismissed Divisional Police Officer (DPO), Segun Fabunmi, alleged to have shot dead one Mr Ademola Daramola. Fabunmi was alleged to have committed the offence during the January 2012 fuel subsidy protests in Lagos. Justice Olabisi Akinlade ordered the adjournment to enable the prosecution team led by Mrs E.I. Alakija to file its final written address and for the defence team led by Mr T.J. Odeshola to file its reply. "The matter is hereby adjourned to June 25 for filing of final written addresses," Akinlade said. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reported that Fabunmi, the former DPO of Pen Cinema Police Station, Agege, a suburb of Lagos, had served in the Nigerian Police Force for 28 years.
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