According a popular known blogger posted on her Instagram page that, The news agency of Nigeria reported that, Williams testified while being cross examined by defense counsel, Mr. Adeyemi Omotubora at the trial of Ogunyemi Olalekan, A dismissed police inspector caused of murder.

Williams the sixth prosecution witness, is a consultant pathologist at the department of pathology and forensic medicine , Lagos state University Teaching Hospital.

The witness who said that ” There were four injuries on the thigh, and two injuries on the hands and on the right hemiscrotum (either half of the scrotum) one on the left hemiscrotum”.

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A pathologist, Dr Oluwaseun Williams, on Thursday, testified before an Ikeja High Court that Kolade Johnson, a 35-year-old football fan allegedly killed by a policeman at the Mangoro area of Lagos, suffered six gunshot injuries. The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Williams testified while being cross-examined by defence counsel, Mr Abayomi Omotubora, at the trial of Ogunyemi Olalekan, a dismissed police inspector accused of murder. Williams, the sixth prosecution witness, is a Consultant Pathologist at the Department of Pathology and Forensic Medicine, Lagos State University Teaching Hospital. The witness, who said that he had practised pathology for 10 years, interpreted an autopsy report (Exhibit D2) during the cross-examination. “There were four injuries on the thigh, two injuries on the hands, one on the right hemiscrotum (either half of a scrotum), one on the left hemiscrotum. “The injury on the left hemiscrotum was an abrasion which could be from anything and the second hand injury was not related to injuries caused by gunshots. “Six of the injuries were related to the penetrative missiles. The injuries on the thigh were through. There are features that are suggestive that they were caused by firearm missiles. “We counted six injuries identified as firearm injuries,” he said. “The anterior defects in the right hemiscrotum and thigh had dark burn edges caused by something hot and penetrative at the same time which is suggestive of a bullet,” he added. The pathologist said a wound on the deceased’s left hand was a gunshot injury while the injury on the right hand was a laceration. “In this case, the cause of death was gunshot injuries,” Williams told the court. —————– Credit:@punchnewspaper

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