Jane Amos, a Nigerian woman, has been released from the hospital after spending a month there. Remember how a police officer scalded her with a burning stove after she turned down his love advances?
The lady has now pleaded with the Rivers State Commissioner of Police to ensure that her case is resolved fairly. We previously reported that an officer named Eze Akpoelu allegedly assaulted and injured Ms Amos, leaving her with severe burn wounds, after she allegedly refused his request for a relationship.
On Wednesday, January 19, the incident occurred in their compound in Rumuokwuta, in the state’s Obio/Akpor Local Government Area. Grace Iringe-Koko, a spokesperson for the State Police Command, confirmed the incident and said the suspect had been arrested and detained. “He (Akpoelu) has been taken into custody. We’ve started an investigation, and if he’s found guilty, he’ll face consequences.
The victim has been discharged from the hospital, according to a statement released by the Centre for Basic Rights and Accountability Campaign on Monday, February 21.
“Miss Jane Amos was allegedly scalded with a burning stove by a male police officer for declining his relationship proposal, and she was released from the hospital one month later.”
The statement reads, “Miss Jane Pleads With The Commissioner Of Police In Rivers State To Ensure Justice Is Not Denied Her In The Case.”
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